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Computers in Libraries
VOLUME 31, NUMBER 9 — November 2011
Computers in Libraries
Complete Coverage of Library Information Technology

This Month: Libraries & the Value Proposition

Accreditation, ROI, and the Online Academic LibraryClick here for FREE full-text version.Order Full Text
By Fred Stielow
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Libraries Adding Value With Technology Training Order Full Text
By Ormilla Vengersammy
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How to Successfully Survive a Mandated Project Order Full Text
By Jill Ellern
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Efficient Solutions for Time-Consuming Jobs in the Library Order Full Text
By Kieren Bailey
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Editor’s Notes
Good for You!Click here for FREE full-text version.Order Full Text
By Dick Kaser
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Online Treasures
Can Libraries Prove Their Value Through ROI? Order Full Text
By Janet L. Balas
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Tech Tips for Every Librarian
Augmenting Your Reality Order Full Text
By Donna F. Ekart
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Noted & Quoted Order Full Text
By Celeste Peterson-Sloss
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Books to Check Out
By Celeste Peterson-Sloss
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News Desk
By Amanda Mulvihill
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How to Write for CIL

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Building Digital Libraries
Thirty-Five Years’ Worth of ROI Order Full Text
By Terence K. Huwe

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The Systems Librarian
Ebook Lending: Asserting the Value of Libraries as the Future of Books Unfolds Order Full Text
By Marshall Breeding

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Libraries in Computers
Destroying Your Comfort Zone Order Full Text
By Daniel Chudnov
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