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VOLUME 32, NUMBER 8 — October 2012
Computers in Libraries
Complete Coverage of Library Information Technology

This Month: Mission-Critical Programs

 
FEATURES
How to Ensure Our Library Systems Are Horse-High, Bull-Strong, and Pig-Tight
By Janetta Waterhouse
Page 6
Why Mission-Critical Systems Are Critical to the Future of Academic Libraries
By Cyril Oberlander
Page 14
Your Guide to Meebo Options: Virtual Reference Summer Meltdown and Fall ShakeoutClick here for FREE full-text version.
By William Breitbach
Page 16
DEPARTMENTS
Editor’s Notes
Platforms and PromisesClick here for FREE full-text version.
By Dick Kaser
Page 4
Online Treasures
What Library Services Are Mission-Critical?
By Janet L. Balas
Page 34
News Desk Page 35
Noted & Quoted
By Celeste Peterson-Sloss
Page 36
Tech Tips for Every Librarian
iPad Apps Cheaper (or Free) by the Dozen
By Donna F. Ekart
Page 38
Books to Check Out
By Celeste Peterson-Sloss
Page 40
COLUMNS
The Digital Strategist
Bandwidth, Broadband, and Planning for Public Access

By Helene Blowers
Page 24
Building Digital Libraries
Twitter and Facebook Open the Door to Collaboration
By Terence K. Huwe
Page 27
The Systems Librarian
Managing Mission-Critical Infrastructure

By Marshall Breeding
Page 30
SPECIAL SECTIONS

How to Write for CIL

Page 5
Internet Librarian 2012 Conference Overview Page 11

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