NII Advisory Council holds first meeting

Rogers, Michael
April 1994
Library Journal;4/1/1994, Vol. 119 Issue 6, p35
Trade Publication
Reports on the inaugural meeting of the National Information Infrastructure (NII) Advisory Council on February 10, 1994 in Washington, D.C. Comments by the group's librarian, Toni Carbo Bearman; The issues of the meaning of NII and the definition of universal service; Free access; Vice President Al Gore.


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