I want to update our Oregon
Video Conferencing guide (attached), at least I think I do, assuming it is
still useful and not redundant. If it is still useful, it also needs to be
redone, with a new layout, perhaps by city name or at least a
layout more useful than the utilitarian approach the first version is
1) Most important: Please
let me know if this will duplicate another video-conference guide already in
existence! If not, read on:
2) Please send me any
updates for your library, town, city, institution, or
3) Please send me any
corrections to the attached guide. If there are a lot of errors we need to
correct them or pull the guide from our website.
4) Please feel free to
forward this request to others who might want to be on the list or know about
other video-conferencing sites.
Last, feel free to make
suggestions on what kind of layout you might find useful. I'm a tables/grid sort
of person so we could do that, and then by city or maybe county. The latter
might be better?
Laura J. Orr
Washington County Law Library
111 NE Lincoln St