15-4 Summer 2004 “Ancient Cultures Modern Technology” Table of Contents

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15-4 SUMMER 2004Features

Portal to the World: AIHEC Virtual Library opens doors for Native research
By Jane Kirby
Tribal college librarians designed their virtual library to offer both access and protection. It has also impressed accreditation teams. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Invisible Bridges: Wireless technology links minds over space and time
By Dr. Lori Lambert (Abenaki/Mi’kmaq)
Yesterday, some tribal colleges had only one computer link to the Internet. Today, some of the country’s most isolated places have cutting-edge access. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Departments

Dear Readers: AIMS will help define appropriate accountability measures
By Gerald E. Gipp, Ph.D.

Editor’s Essay: Distance education comes home
By Marjane Ambler

Profile: Tommy Merino
By Juan A. Avila Hernandez TCJ PAID CONTENT

Land Grant: From the Ground Up: 10 years of embracing culture, community
By Dr. John Phillips TCJ PAID CONTENT

Voices: Crossing the digital divide
By Dr. Gerald “Carty” Monette (Ojibwa) TCJ PAID CONTENT

Tribal College News

Media Reviews
By Natalie Davis, David Hurley, Gretchen Healy, Mark Holman, Rachel Lindvall

Resource Guide
By Mark Trebian (Tlingit)

On the cover: Art Bigcrane uses a wireless computer at Salish Kootenai College. Photo By Frank Tyro. Tyro has been at SKC for over 20 years.

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