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  • On January 31, Carleton students hosted the 17th annual Charity Ball at the Ottawa Congress Centre.This year’s theme was “an evening of stars,” and many attendees came dressed as their favourite Hollywood star. For the first time, the ball featured a live band “Me & Him.” Proceeds from the Charity Ball will go to the Aphasia Centre of Ottawa-Carleton and the Rideau Valley Conservation Foundation (RVCF) with an Honourable Mention to the Distress Centre of Ottawa and Region.
  • Carleton University Library is pleased to announce the launch of the online library portal “Sm@artLibrary” on February 10, 2004.Sm@rtLibrary is a facility that offers integrated information services for researchers, scientists, students and citizens who are seeking specialized knowledge and resources. The portal provides seamless access to the library catalogues of five major library systems in the National Capital Region including the Carleton University Library, the Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information, the National Library of Canada, the Ottawa Public Library and the University of Ottawa Library. Other regional libraries will be added to the portal in the coming year.

    The project is funded by the Smart Communities Initiative of Industry Canada, the National Capital Region Library Consortium (NCRLC), and the Ottawa Centre for Research and Innovation (OCRI).

    Connect to the Sm@rtLibrary search page at: www.smartlib-bibliogen.ca

    From – http://www.now.carleton.ca/2004-02/153.htm

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