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Computers in Libraries
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VOLUME 27, NUMBER 8 September 2007
Computers in Libraries
Complete Coverage of Library Information Technology

This Month: Serving Remote and Mobile Users


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ReadyGo Delivers an Online TutorialClick here for full-text options
A law librarian wanted an electronic tutorial that legislative aides (and the public) could learn from. First, though, he had to learn a lot about Web course development products.
By Steve Mirsky

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A Checkup With Open Source Software Revitalizes an Early Electronic Resource PortalClick here for full-text options
When it was time to give this 9-year-old electronic resource portal a checkup, these medical librarians prescribed a lot of changes. Now it runs faster than ever to serve members of the military around the world.
By Stephan Spitzer and Stephen Brown

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Connecting and Communicating With Students on FacebookClick here for full-text options
These academic librarians claim that, if you want to reach your student customers via Facebook, you shouldn’t let your profile sit idle. Being active is the key to getting Friends’ attention on this social network.
By Sarah Elizabeth Miller and Lauren A. Jensen
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COLUMNS

The Systems Librarian
Librarians Face Online Social NetworksClick here for full-text options
By Marshall Breeding

Page 30

Building Digital Libraries
Keeping Up With User CommunitiesClick here for full-text options
By Terence K. Huwe

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Online Treasures
Carrying the Library in Your PocketClick here for full-text options
By Janet L. Balas

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Libraries in Computers
Social Software: You Are an Access PointClick here for full-text options
By Daniel Chudnov
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DEPARTMENTS
Editor’s Notes
Customizing Remote Library ServiceClick here for full-text options
By Kathy Dempsey
Page 4
Commentary
One Teenager’s Advice to Adults on How to Avoid Being Creepy on FacebookClick here for full-text options
By Scott Koerwer
Page 40
Tech Tips for Every Librarian
Embedding a Librarian in Your Web Site Using meeboClick here for full-text options
By Michael Stephens and Rachel Singer Gordon
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Newsline Reports
The Library Promotion Side of ALA Annual 2007Click here for full-text options
By Kathy Dempsey
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Books to Check Out Page 49
Noted & QuotedClick here for full-text options Page 50
SPECIAL SECTIONS
How to Write for CIL 2008 Page 16
Internet Librarian Conference Preview Page 23
ADVERTISING
Index to Advertisers Page 56

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