1.Access access to the infrastructure (equipment) and content (design of websites).
2.Funding collaborations with public and private sectors.
3.Training for the public and library staff.
4.The role of the public library in providing literature services.
5.Do people actually want these services?
6.Determining your audience.
7.Competing with commercial services reinventing the wheel?
8.Balance between new and traditional services.
9.Libraries as content creators vs. providers of gateway services to information available from other sources.
10. Enhanced OPAC systems - public libraries determining the products that are developed and offered by library system suppliers.
11. Filtering and censorship library policies, freedom of express vs. inappropriate use of resources.
13. Measuring the success of virtual services.
14. Extending the range of Internet services provide by public libraries beyond information and reference services.
15. International standards metadata.
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