Eva at the library at the Blekinge Institute of Technology in Sweden sent me a link to their Quick Searchguide, which is a Flash-based menu system to direct students to research resources at their library. Nice marketing PDF shows the important student thumbs-up, and notes that libraries can buy the sourcecode to customize the resource for their own environment.
One part I was particularly impressed with was their Flash Boolean Logic page; I've long been on the prowl for something like this, and I wonder if any of you are aware of any similar animated examples of Boolean logic? What I'd really love to see (and will eventually have someone program if I can't find one) is something that allows me to type in my subject-specific terms, and then shows me a page with those examples (generic numbers are fine) showing what happens with AND, OR and NOT. What I'm after is output that can be easily tailored to different disciplines, so I don't have to show the Military and Strategic Studies students a generic example of "love and war" ;-)
Do you know of anything like this on the internets?