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Computers in Libraries
VOLUME 32, NUMBER 9 — November 2012
Computers in Libraries
Complete Coverage of Library Information Technology

This Month: Libraries: Proof Positive

Counting on COUNTER: The Current State of E-Resource Usage Data in LibrariesClick here for FREE full-text version. Order Full Text
By Josh Welker
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Changing Your Domain Name in 25 Nail-Biting Steps Order Full Text
By Carol Hassler
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Tagging for Subject Access: A Glimpse Into Current Practice by Vendors, Libraries, and Users Order Full Text
By Sharon Q. Yang
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Editor’s Notes
Serendipitous DiscoveriesClick here for FREE full-text version. Order Full Text
By Dick Kaser
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Online Treasures
Do Makerspaces Add Value to Libraries? Order Full Text
By Janet L. Balas
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News Desk Order Full Text Page 34
Tech Tips for Every Librarian
What’s Your Flickr Backup Plan?  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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Building Digital Libraries
In Search of the Next Value Proposition Order Full Text
By Terence K. Huwe
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The Systems Librarian
Preserving Library Value Through the Shifting Tides of Technology Order Full Text
By Marshall Breeding
Page 27
The Digital Strategist
Supporting the Knowledge Continuum Through Technology: From Consumption to Fabrication Order Full Text
By Helene Blowers
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How to Write for CIL

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