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Computers in Libraries
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VOLUME 27, NUMBER 4 April 2007
Computers in Libraries
Complete Coverage of Library Information Technology

This Month: The Latest on Standards


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SUSHI: What It Is and Why You Should CareClick here for full-text options
If you still think that the word “sushi” refers only to rice-based Oriental delights, then it’s time to get to know this industry’s version. To tech librarians, SUSHI is an acronym that stands for Standardized Usage Statistics Harvesting Initiative. It was designed to simplify the task of gathering usage data about electronic resources. See how this fresh standard can make your work easier!
By Oliver Pesch

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A Dozen Primers on Important Information StandardsClick here for full-text options
To bring you up-to-date on as many standards as possible, the editor in chief commissioned a dozen primers. In each, a subject expert explains one standard in just one page. This directly fulfills part of CIL’s mission, which is to deliver practical articles that make technology understandable. This value-added section covers these applications: Atom, COinS, MADS, MARC 21 / MARCXML, MIX, MXG, OpenSearch, PREMIS, RESTful HTTP, unAPI, XMPP (aka Jabber), and ZeeRex. Find out what these acronyms stand for and what these apps can do for you.
compiled by Kathy Dempsey

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COLUMNS
Online Treasures
Caught in the Middle of the Format WarsClick here for full-text options
By Janet L. Balas
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The Systems Librarian
Thinking About Your Next OPACClick here for full-text options
By Marshall Breeding

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AccessibleIT
MUVEing Toward AccessibilityClick here for full-text options
By Tom Peters and Lori Bell

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Libraries in Computers
Super Standards and Substandard StandardsClick here for full-text options
By Daniel Chudnov

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DEPARTMENTS
Editor’s Notes
Shrimp and SUSHI Make Standards PalatableClick here for full-text options
By Kathy Dempsey
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Noted & QuotedClick here for full-text options Page 41
Tech Tips for Every Librarian
Creating a Librarian’s Info-Portal with Netvibes and RSSClick here for full-text options
By Rachel Singer Gordon and Michael Stephens
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Books to Check Out Page 46
SPECIAL SECTION
Computers in Libraries 2007 Conference Exhibit Directory Page 31
ADVERTISING
Index to Advertisers Page 48

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