VOLUME 25, NUMBER 10 — November/December 2005 Computers in Libraries Complete Coverage of Library Information Technology
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Promoting the Library's
CD Collection via iTunes File Sharing One of the hippest things you can do with technology
is to use it to meet students on their own turf.
As part of an outreach effort, one group of librarians
started sharing its vast CD collection via iTunes.
They were trying to show college students that there
was a lot to discover at the library. And the students
have started tuning in. by Bruce Connolly
Hip High-Tech Purchases
Don't Always Work Out as Planned Since technology is so expensive, making the
wrong purchasing decisions can have severe financial
consequences. These authors tell about high-tech
purchases they made that didn't work out, what they
could have done differently, and how the equipment
is being used today. by Dennis P. Prisk and Monica G. Brooks