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Computers in Libraries
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VOLUME 27, NUMBER 9 October 2007
Computers in Libraries
Complete Coverage of Library Information Technology

This Month: 21st-Century Library Systems


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FEATURES

Fac-Back-OPAC: An Open Source Interface to Your Library SystemClick here for full-text options
The new Fac-Back-OPAC (a faceted backup OPAC) is built on code that was written earlier this year. It represents a convergence of two trends: decoupling discovery tools from the traditional ILS and using open source components to rapidly produce leading-edge technology to meet our needs. The authors call it “one of the canonical examples of the next generation of OPACs coming to the market.”
By Mike Beccaria and Dan Scott

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Dreaming of a Better ILSClick here for full-text options
Lots of people dream about what they’d want in a “new and improved” ILS. CIL asked this author to put the question to a number of library tech experts, then study their responses. Here she reports on the wishes they all have in common and the dreams of the individuals.
By Ellen Bahr

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Plug Your Users Into Library Resources With OpenSearch Plug-InsClick here for full-text options
To bring the library catalog and other online resources right into users’ workspace, this tech librarian learned to build and use OpenSearch plug-ins. He explains how an OpenSearch description document can allow other programs (like Web browsers) to integrate elements of a search engine into their interfaces. It makes searching from the library’s page easier for users.
By Nicholas C. Baker
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COLUMNS
Libraries in Computers
Delivering What People Need, When and Where They Need ItClick here for full-text options
By Daniel Chudnov
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The Systems Librarian
The Birth of a New Generation of Library InterfacesClick here for full-text options
By Marshall Breeding

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AccessibleIT
Otherworldly AccessibilityClick here for full-text options
By Tom Peters and Lori Bell

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Online Treasures
Will the ILS Soon Be as Obsolete as the Card Catalog?Click here for full-text options
By Janet L. Balas

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DEPARTMENTS
Editor’s Notes
Frustrated and Dreaming of Better ToolsClick here for full-text options
By Kathy Dempsey
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Tech Tips for Every Librarian
Cache Me if You CanClick here for full-text options
By Michael Stephens and Rachel Singer Gordon
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Noted & QuotedClick here for full-text options Page 50
Books to Check Out Page 52
SPECIAL SECTIONS
Helping You Buy
ILSClick here for full-text options
By Richard Wayne
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How to Write for CIL Page 44
Internet Librarian Conference Preview Page 45
ADVERTISING
Library Tech Connection Page 55
Index to Advertisers Page 56

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