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VOLUME 26, NUMBER 9 October 2006
Computers in Libraries
Complete Coverage of Library Information Technology

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Integrating RSS Feeds of New Books into the Campus Course Management System
If you think RSS feeds are for the birds, look what these authors did with them. By integrating the feeds into their campus’ course management system, they simplified initial research and spotlighted the library’s collections. Faculty members are flocking to this award-winning project.
By Edward M. Corrado and Heather L. Moulaison

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Two Approaches to Surfacing Full-Text News on an Intranet
Integrating news services into an intranet can be tricky. Even within related organizations, slight differences in subscriptions and end-user needs can necessitate different integration approaches. Perhaps the lessons that these government librarians learned could help in your own situation.
By Barrett Jones and Elena Maslyukova

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Creating an Index for Your Web Site to Make Info Easier to See
It’s dangerous to assume that searchers can find everything they seek on your Web site. Why not make it easier for them by creating an index? This experienced author explains how you can do it.
By Heather Hedden
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COLUMNS

The Systems Librarian
Knitting Systems Together
By Marshall Breeding

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Computers in Small Libraries
Exchanging Delimited Text Files Is a Simple Form of System Integration
By Gary Roberts

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AccessibleIT
Assistive Devices and Options for Libraries
By Lori Bell and Tom Peters

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Online Treasures
Does One-Stop Searching Really Serve All?
By Janet L. Balas
Page 42
DEPARTMENTS
Editor’s Notes
Integrating or Dis-Integrating?
By Kathy Dempsey
Page 4
Newsline Page 45
Books to Check Out Page 50
Tech Tips for Every Librarian
Keeping Up with Keeping Up
By Rachel Singer Gordon and Michael Stephens
Page 52
Noted & Quoted Page 58
SPECIAL SECTIONS
Helping You Buy
Integrated Library Systems
By Richard Wayne
Page 23
How to Write for CIL 2007 Page 54
Internet Librarian 2006 Exhibit Preview Page 55
ADVERTISING
Library Tech Connection Page 63
Index to Advertisers Page 64

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