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Computers in Libraries
VOLUME 34, NUMBER 2 — March 2014
Computers in Libraries
Complete Coverage of Library Information Technology

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Blue SkiesClick here for FREE full-text version.Full Text $
By Dick Kaser
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News Desk Full Text $
By Celeste Peterson-Sloss
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Promoting Information Literacy With Prezi Full Text $
By Elizabeth Kiscaden
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Redefining Our OPAC Computers With Google’s Chromebox Full Text $
By Melanie Hedgespeth
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From the Reference Desk to the Inbox: How We Streamlined the Workflow for Special Image Requests Full Text $
By Athena N. Jackson, Hong Ma, and Laura Capell

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Building Digital Libraries
Big Data and the Library: A Natural Fit  Full Text $
By Terence K. Huwe

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Practical Technology
How to Use Better and Stronger Passwords for Yourself and Your PatronsClick here for FREE full-text version. Full Text $
By Jessamyn West

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The Digital Archivist
PIM 101: Personal Information ManagementClick here for FREE full-text version.Full Text $
By Jan Zastrow

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The Systems Librarian
Shifting to the Cloud: Reshaping Library Technology Infrastructure Full Text $
By Marshall Breeding
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How to Write for CIL

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Computers in Libraries 2014 Conference Overview

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