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Pacific Island Interactive Data Base Network Access: A PEACESAT, PICHTR, University of Hawaii Library Pilot Project

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Title: Pacific Island Interactive Data Base Network Access: A PEACESAT, PICHTR, University of Hawaii Library Pilot Project
Authors: Avegalio, Tusi
Freese, Anne
Haak, John
Jones, Greg
Knezek, Gerald
show 2 moreMukaida, Lori
Scannell, Peter

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Keywords: Pan-Pacific Educational and Communication Satellite system
PEACESAT
LC Subject Headings: Pacific International Center for High Technology Research
Information networks--Hawaii
Information networks--Oceania
Issue Date: 1988
Abstract: The global shift in economic and technological power and orientation to the Pacific is the most important force affecting our region. Information has become such a critical element for business, government, development and academic institutions that it has come to be recognized as a valuable commodity and must be transported to locations where it is used. For education and development purposes, network connectivity in the Pacific Islands should include access to interactive data bases by remote academic institutions in the Pacific. (1988 Hawaii State Legislature). This PEACESAT, PICHTR, University of Hawaii Library Pilot Project is an attempt at providing this access.
Description: Includes supplemental memos, newspaper article
Pages/Duration: 18 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/49450
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