and the National Materials Exchange
were among the winners of the first annual National Information Infrastructure Awards. The awards are meant to recognize the best uses of the NII in the catagories of arts and entertainment, business, community, education, government and health. Other winners included the Alzheimer's Disease Support Center; the Utah Library Network Initiative
, which allows users of rural libraries to access larger national databases; the Information Network for Public Health Officials, which allows health officials to track infectious diseases; and the DO IT Program
, which strives to allow greater involvment in the sciences to students with disabilites. For more information on the awards, visit the NII Web site
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