Database and Mounting It on the Web: A Model You Can Follow
In order to provide
online access to United Nations Centre for Regional Development publications,
this author traveled to Japan to acquire the materials, prepared a database,
and published a Web site. Here is his "blueprint" for making the complex
collection freely available.
by Christopher C.
|Creating a Global
Information Portal: Our 9-Month Odyssey
These corporate librarians
decided to build an information portal for their company's intranet, and
handled every aspect from conception to launch and maintenance. They discovered
that creating your own site requires time, attention, and patience--the
kind of commitment any newborn would demand.
by Sharon Srodin
and June Strupczewski
an Information Garden: Gemini's Home-Grown Catalog
What home-grown project
could be bigger than creating your own customized OPAC? If you think you
need a big staff and big money to do it, think again. This article from
an observatory library in Hawaii illustrates how two people grew their
own online catalog from seed.
by Ruth Kneale and
|How I Built
a Failure-Resistant Web Server for Free
The philosophy behind
building a failover Web server is simple: In the event that your primary
server fails, the secondary server takes over until the original is back
in place. Here's how you can build a backup server—like "plato," the server
this author created—for free.
by Christopher Jacoby
View from the Top Left Corner
Board Meeting Becomes Love Fest for
by Michael Schuyler
Enhancements of Systems and Products
with Web Resources
by Péter Jacsó
Can You Build
It? Yes You Can!
by Janet L. Balas
Create Your Own 'Quick-and-Dirty'
by D. Scott Brandt
A Tribute to
the Do-It-Yourself Crowd
by Kathy Dempsey
|How to Contribute
to CIL 2002
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