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Computers in Libraries
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VOLUME 29, NUMBER 8 — September 2009
Computers in Libraries
Complete Coverage of Library Information Technology

This Month: Libraries at the Core of the Enterprise

 
FEATURES

Libraries in the Cloud: Making a Case for Google and Amazon
By Stephanie Buck

Page 6

Web Archiving for the Rest of Us: How to Collect and Manage Websites Using Free and Easy Software
By Katharine Dunn and Nick Szydlowski

Page 12

ERMes: Open Source Simplicity for Your E-Resource Management
By William Doering and Galadriel Chilton

Page 20

Oh No, I Lost All of My Work!Click here for FREE full-text version.
By Martin Zimerman

Page 36

From Zero to Web 2.0: Part 1
By Amber Woodard

Page 41
DEPARTMENTS
Editor’s Notes
Simpatico With Ones and ZerosClick here for FREE full-text version.
By Dick Kaser
Page 4
News Desk
By Bill Greenwood
Page 34
Online Treasures
New Tools of the Trade
By Janet L. Balas
Page 43
Noted & Quoted
By Celeste Peterson-Sloss
Page 44
Tech Tips for Every Librarian
Cool Tools for Back to School
By Donna F. Ekart
Page 46
Books to Check Out
By John Carr
Page 48
SPECIAL SECTIONS
How to Write for CIL Page 45
COLUMNS

Building Digital Libraries
Three Strategies for Effective Data Oversight
By Terence K. Huwe

Page 25

The Systems Librarian
The Elusive Cost of Library Software
By Marshall Breeding

Page 28
Libraries in Computers
In Which ‘Linked Data’ Means ‘A Better Web’
By Daniel Chudnov
Page 31

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