Web dossiers were introduced by the ASCL documentation staff in 2001 as a new form of literature survey combining print material with electronic resources and web-based information.
The dossiers deal with topical issues in African Studies and are usually published to coincide with a conference or event or with recent developments in Africa. They appear on average three or four times a year.
A web dossier typically consists of an introduction to the subject, a selection of titles - both books and articles - from the collection of the ASCL Library and annotated links to electronic resources and relevant websites. Titles are linked directly to the corresponding records in the online catalogue, which provides abstracts and lending information.
All material included in the dossiers can either be borrowed or accessed in the library.
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On the occasion of the seminar on ‘The Beeker Method: Planning and Working on the Redevelopment of the African City’, jointly organized by the ASCL and African Architecture Matters on 23 March, the ASCL Library has compiled a web dossier on urban architecture and urban planning. The dossier opens with an introduction by Dr. Antoni Folkers (African Architecture Matters), and concludes with links to relevant websites. Read the web dossier.
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