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Computers in Libraries
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VOLUME 23, NUMBER 9 October 2003
Computers in Libraries
Complete Coverage of Library Information Technology

 

FEATURES

Relevant Yesterday, Relevant Tomorrow—But How to Stay Relevant Today?
As online interactions become part of people's daily lives, you need to become part of those interactions. Here are some good ways to do that.
by Rachel Singer Gordon

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The Librarian Is In, and Online!
Feel threatened by the Google Answers service? Learning more about it from an insider might ease your mind. Get the scoop here.
by Jessamyn West

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Librarians with Laptops Look Savvy in Operation TLC
Their venture came in agreeing to distribute 4,000 laptops and train students to use them in 4 days. Their gain was increased respect and an updated image after they succeeded.
by Krista E. Clumpner

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Four Steps I Took That Transformed My Solo Corporate Library
This corporate library was unlively and underused until an enterprising young librarian worked step by step to win patrons' trust and management's accolades.
by Tom Nielsen

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COLUMNS

The View from the Top Left Corner
The Siren Song of Fiber
by Michael Schuyler

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The Systems Librarian
The Right Technology: No-Tech, Low-Tech, or High-Tech?
by Marshall Breeding

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Building Digital Libraries
Recycling and Redirecting Web Content for Fun and Profit
by Terence K. Huwe

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Online Treasures
We're Worth It
by Janet L. Balas

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Coming Full Circle
Relative Relevance
by Andrew K. Pace

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DEPARTMENTS
Editor's Notes
Relevance, Schmelevance, You Say?
by Kathy Dempsey
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Newsline
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People & Places

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SPECIAL SECTION
How to Write for CIL: 2004 Themes Page 25
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