Computers in Libraries

VOLUME 21, NUMBER 1 JANUARY 2001
Computers in Libraries
Complete Coverage of Library Information Technology
 

This Month: Partnerships Inside and Outside Your Library

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FEATURES
Using Service Learning to Get Positive Reactions in the Library
Symbiosis sometimes happens in unlikely ways ... Read the story of a professor and a librarian who discovered that their individual problems could be solved with a single project.
by Naomi J. Rhodes and Judith M. Davis
Page 32
A Collaborative Journey

Some "over-the-back-fence discussions" started Rochester, New York, libraries and other city agencies down a long road together. The image database they built is a unique resource that preserves the area's heritage and makes it accessible to everyone.
by Rodney Perry
Page 36
A Marriage Made in Heaven: How We Chose Good Partners to Improve Our Printing Services

What do you do when you can't find the right partner on your campus? These librarians looked to private industry and found the perfect match for their high-tech, high-volume printing needs.
by Maureen A. Lindstrom and Andrew J. Dutcher
Page 44
Turning a Dream into a Virtual Reality of Statewide Information Sharing[Full Text]

It was no small feat for five major agencies in Alabama to come together to create a statewide virtual library. By working together, a dedicated group of people turned a dream of service into a reality that truly benefits everyone in the state.
by Josie Morgan
Page 50
Managing Library Technology Resources Jointly: Collaborative Headache or Panacea?

Is it sometimes better to suffer alone? This one-person automation department at a university library discusses his situation, where the responsibility for the library's computer resources is distributed among three parties.
by Todd R. Digby
Page 56
COLUMNS
The View from the Top Left Corner
A Look at What's on the Horizon
by Michael Schuyler
Page 61
Online Treasures
No Library Is an Island
by Janet L. Balas
Page 64
Coming Full Circle
Today, North Carolina, Tomorrow, the World[Full Text]
by Andrew K. Pace
Page 68
Digital Librarianship
Partnerships on the Web
by Péter Jacsó
Page 72
SPECIAL SECTION
How to Contribute to CIL 2001[Full Text] Page 71
DEPARTMENTS
Editor's Notes

Working and Playing Well with Others[Full Text]
by Kathy Dempsey
Page 6
Newsline[Full Text] Page 8
Newsline Reports

The Season of Metadata at the Annual Dublin Core Workshop in Ottawa
by David Dorman
Page 26
Newsline Reports

The Conference by the Sea: What You Might Have Missed at IL 2000
by Kimberly Mestrow
Page 30
People & Places Page 76
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Library Tech Connection Page 78
Index to Advertisers Page 80
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