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在香港六合彩要抄家伙动手之前,香港六合彩在床上磕头求饶并违心地说以为香港六合彩的意思就是要联姻?!几个打手在香港六合彩每人脸上呸了一脸.
然后老大开始开导香港六合彩:咱们不是国贸专业的吗?有这种便宜都不占那还对得起祖国这两年来的谆谆教导吗?香港六合彩只要在和尚们面前卖卖骚耍耍媚,大家就跟着一起吃香的喝辣的,咱老百姓今儿个多高兴呀!再说了,所有活动香港六合彩几个爷们都会参加充当香港六合彩的保镖,香港六合彩也不敢把香港六合彩怎么地.
芯儿听着听着乐了,说那倒也是,咱姐妹们倒也几天没吃荤菜了!香港六合彩说那这事儿可就这么定下来喽!你芯儿是姐妹们的头儿,你就充当那什么鸨母吧!
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  • Facing the Challenge of Web-based Programs to Meet the Needs of Online Researchers Session 66
  • “ Send Me Everything You Have on Sex” An Archivist Responds to the Novice Researcher in the Online Environment
  • Introduction
    • The title of my talk points to the often frustrating reference questions we receive by email.
    • This talk looks at the expectations of novice users of archives who have turned to the web for help, and it demonstrates a web site tailored to their needs.
  • Online Users
    • 3 things that set them apart:
    • Misinformation
    • Experience
    • Approach to research
  • Online Users
    • Misinformation: Online users may be confused about archival resources.
      • Marshall found that archives are misrepresented in genealogical literature on the web.
      • I find I am often asked questions not related to primary sources.
  • Online Users
    • Requests for information outside the focus of the collection:
    • Date: 11/24/99
    • Subject: Question:
    • information on theraputic crisis intervention in a juvenile residential setting. in particular, issues and alternatives with sexually abused and or sexual perpatraitors.
  • Online Users
    • Brenda’s Corollary:
    • As much as they are confused about us, we may be confused about them and their needs.
      • Their requests often lack context.
  • Online Users
    • Experience: These users may have little or no experience with archives.
      • Tanya found that people who are new to genealogical research (3 years or less) are more likely to use the Web for research than more experienced genealogists.
      • I too found that online, we more frequently encounter the novice researcher.
  • Online Users
    • Approach to research differs: less methodical.
  • Online Users
    • Approach to research differs: less methodical.
      • Subject: SM History
      • Date: Wed, 26 Apr 2000
      • Hello.! I wonder if you can help me finding some facts about the history of SM-Sadomasochism. I am going to make a "lecture" about "The history of SM. And i dont cnow wery mutch so i hope you can give me some help.
      •  
      • My adres is:
  • Online Users
    • Approach to research differs: less methodical.
      • Our understanding of walk-in users may not be transferable to the on-line user.
      • Different users require different reference tools.
  • Marshall’s Conclusion
    • “ Our online users, as a whole, may be very different from those that visit our archives in person. Taking time to note these differences and making necessary adjustments to your site will help your site succeed!”
    • Tanya Marshall, "Archives Users and the Web: Considerations for Archivists," Society of American Archivists, 1999 Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA. August 27, 1999.
  • Sexuality Research Guide SRG
  • Models Considered
    • Online exhibits
    • Editorial projects that introduce users to a selected group of primary documents and their interpretation.
      • Thomas Dublin and Kathryn Kish Sklar’s “Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1830-1930,” (womhist.binghamton.edu/)
  • Models Considered
    • Sites that provide narrative and facts about certain topics:
      • Lesbian History Project by Yolanda Retter (http://www-lib.usc.edu/~retter/main.html)
      • Denver LBGT History by Lisa Diguardi (clem.mscd.edu/~diguardi/)
    • Class projects
  • Research Guides & FAQ/help Pages
    • Guides to Primary Source Research
      • Yale’s Using Manuscripts & Archives: A Tutorial
      • http://www.library.yale.edu/mssa/tutorial/tutorial.htm
      • UC Berkeley’s Library Research Using Primary Sources
      • http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/TeachingLib/Guides/PrimarySources.html
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  • Research Guides & FAQ/help Pages
    • Guides to Lesbian and Gay Research
      • Stanford’s Beginning Library Research on Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual Studies
      • http://www- sul . stanford . edu / depts / ssrg / kkerns /gays.html
      • Colorado State’s Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Studies
      • http://manta.library. colostate . edu /research/ gnl /index.html
      • Yale’s Library Research Guide for Gay and Lesbian Studies
      • http://www.library. yale . edu / rsc / gayles / gayindx . htm
      • New York Public Library’s lgbt bibliogrpahy
      • http://www.nypl.org/research/chss/grd/resguides/gay.html
  • Our Research Guide
    • 1. addresses the information needs of people seeking general information
    • 2. addresses people who might want to explore research with primary sources
    • 3. addresses a broader range of subjects – sexuality studies.
  • Approach Taken
    • Think outside the box
    • Tailor to current resources (consider the options, then determine a manageable project)
  • Approach Taken
    • Think outside the box
    • Tailor to current resources (consider the options, then determine a manageable project)
    • Narrow the goals
      • Manage user expectations
      • Give a proper orientation
    SRG
  • Approach Taken
    • Think outside the box
    • Tailor to current resources (consider the options, then determine a manageable project)
    • Narrow the goals
      • Manage user expectations
      • Give a proper orientation
    • Link to sites with Permanence, Authority, Diversity
  • Approach Taken
    • Think outside the box
    • Tailor to current resources (consider the options, then determine a manageable project)
    • Narrow the goals
      • Manage user expectations
      • Give a proper orientation
    • Link to sites with Permanence, Authority, Diversity
    • Redirect inquiries
    SRG
  • Approach Taken
    • Think outside the box
    • Tailor to current resources (consider the options, then determine a manageable project)
    • Narrow the goals
      • Manage user expectations
      • Give a proper orientation
    • Link to sites with Permanence, Authority, Diversity
    • Redirect inquiries
    • Promote user self sufficiency
    SRG
  • Approach Taken
    • Think outside the box
    • Tailor to current resources (consider the options, then determine a manageable project)
    • Narrow the goals
      • Manage user expectations
      • Give a proper orientation
    • Link to sites with Permanence, Authority, Diversity
    • Redirect inquiries
    • Promote user self sufficiency
    • Make good use of existing on-line resources and create the additional pieces your users need.
  • What This Means
    • I can respond to questions like the following:
      • “ I am looking for some information about the origins of the homosexual and gay terms because I am making a document for college about gay teenagers in this decade an how they are coming out at an earlier age so I am trying to make an excellent essay.”
  • Conclusions
    • This project is one good model for responding to the needs of a large segment of our online users: the novice researcher. It orients them to the site they’ve found and helps them figure out how to proceed. And it requires a moderate amount of effort to create and maintain.
  • Conclusions
    • Archivists ought to balance the needs of experienced and inexperienced researchers online. Creating a web presence for your archives means that you will be more accessible to non-traditional users, and when they find you, you owe them some kind of orientation to make sense of your services and resources.
  • HSC On-line
    • HSC Web Site: rmc.library.cornell.edu/HSC
    • HSC Sexuality Research Guide : rmc.library.cornell.edu/HSC/faq/hscfaq.htm