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Record Group Number: 000161
Series/Collection Number: .S 1884
Creator: Florida. Division of Library and Information Services.
Title, Dates: Automated Education Information Commission files, 1990.
Amount: .50 cubic ft.
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Organization/Arrangement: Arranged by subject.
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Biographical/Historical:     The Division of Library and Information Services in the Florida Department of State provides library, records management, and archival services at the state and local level. The Division provides direct library services to state government; develops library services statewide; and provides archival and records management services, technical assistance, education, financial aid, and cooperative services.  Working in partnership with archivists, librarians, records managers, governmental officials, and citizens, the Division seeks to assure access to materials and information of past, present, and future value to enable local libraries and agencies to provide effective information services for the benefit of the people of Florida.
    In 1989, the State Legislature created the Automated Education Information Commission to "ensure statewide coordination of all automated educational computing systems and networking" (Ch. 89.253, Laws of Florida).  The Commission was to maximize the capabilities of information technologies in order to provide greater flexibility to those who operated educational programs. Among the Commission's members were Education Commissioner Betty Castor, Secretary of State Jim Smith,  and Division of Library and Information Services Director/State Librarian Barratt Wilkins.
Summary:     This series documents the activities of the Automated Education Information Commission in 1990. Records include the Commission's annual report, minutes and other related records from the Commission's planning committees, correspondence, and draft reports.
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Subject Access Fields: Castor, Betty, 1941-
Wilkins, Barratt.
Smith, Jim, 1940-
Florida. Division of Library and Information Services.
Florida. Dept. of Education.
Florida. Automated Education Information Commission.
Education Florida
Educational techonology Florida
Reports. aat
Added Entries Florida. Automated Education Information Commission.