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Computers in Libraries
VOLUME 28, NUMBER 3 March 2008
Computers in Libraries
Complete Coverage of Library Information Technology

This Month: The Open Source Software Craze

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Using Open Source to Give Patrons What They WantClick here for full-text options.
By Amy Begg De Groff

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Makin’ Stories: From New York to Monterey and Now to D.C., Dutch Crew Documents Best ‘2.0’ Practices in U.S. LibrariesClick here for full-text options.

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From Static to Dynamic—Choosing and Implementing a Web-Based CMSClick here for full-text version.Click here for full-text options.
By Ruth Kneale
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Information Commons to GoClick here for full-text options.
By Marc Dewey Bayer

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Building Digital Libraries
The Community Behind the CodeClick here for full-text options.
By Terence K. Huwe

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The Systems Librarian
Making a Business Case for Open Source ILSClick here for full-text options.
By Marshall Breeding
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Libraries in Computers
What Librarians Still Don’t Know About Open SourceClick here for full-text options.
By Daniel Chudnov

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Computers in Libraries 2008 Exhibits Directory Page 33
Editor’s NotesClick here for full-text options.
By Dick Kaser
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Online Treasures
Open Source Becomes More AccessibleClick here for full-text options.
By Janet L. Balas
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Tech Tips for Every Librarian
What Can Open Source Do for You?Click here for full-text options.
By Rachel Singer Gordon and Jessamyn West
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Noted & QuotedClick here for full-text options. Page 46
Books to Check Out Page 48

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