| Directory of
Library Automation Software, Systems, and Services 2004–2005
Edition Now Available from Information Today, Inc.
June 7, 2004, Medford, New Jersey—Information
Today, Inc. announced today the release
of the 2004–2005 edition of the
Directory of Library Automation Software,
Systems, and Services (DOLA).
Compiled and edited by Pamela Cibbarelli,
DOLA is recognized as the primary reference
source for software packages used in
automating libraries and has been published
biennially since 1983. The 2004–2005
edition is newly expanded and updated.
DOLA is a valuable resource for any
library, with detailed descriptions of
hundreds of currently available microcomputer,
minicomputer, and mainframe software
packages and services. The directory
includes information on software for
library automation, information management,
text retrieval, and citation management.
In addition, it covers retrospective
conversion products and services, Internet
resources, library automation books and
serials, database hosts, and more than
100 important meetings and conferences.
Of special interest are the two brand
new categories to the newest edition
of DOLA: user ratings of leading library
automation software and filtering software
for CIPA compliance.
The Directory of Library Automation
Software, Systems, and Services (2004/391pp/softbound/ISBN:
1-57387-200-8) is published by Information
Today, Inc., and can be purchased for
$89 (plus shipping). For more information
or to order, call (800) 300-9868 [outside
the U.S. call (609) 654-6266]; fax (609)
654-4309; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or log on to the ITI Web site at www.infotoday.com.