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VOLUME 15 • NUMBER 9 • October 2007
Searcher
The Magazine for Database Professionals

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Still in her “helpful” (i.e., “pushy”) mode, bq tackles Searcher readers who have wisdom to share but who haven’t been published yet.
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FEATURES 

Distance Education
Choices, Choices, and More ChoicesClick here for full-text options
Jean Bedord shares her experiences as a graduate teacher within the San Jose State University School of Library and Information Science, where she does the bulk of her instruction online instead of face-to-face.

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Online Social Networks, Virtual Communities, Enterprises, and Information Professionals
Part 2: StoriesClick here for full-text options
In the second installment of their series on social network components and the info pro, authors Mike Reid and Christian Gray focus on stories from vendor and buyer pioneers.

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A Newer, More Profitable AquacultureClick here for other full-text options
Paul S. Piper updates readers about the latest types of Internet scams, including link manipulation, counterfeit pages, the man in the middle, and spear phishing, that can fool even the savviest of users.

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Video in the Library
No More “Quiet, Please”Click here for full-text options
Gone are the days when any noise was too much noise within a library setting. As Richard Oppenheim reports, technology’s impact on the library isn’t just expanding the library’s services and products, it’s transforming its physical layout as well.

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COLUMNS 

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Do You Speak Google? Google’s Language OptionsClick here for full-text options

Who better to check out Google’s language options, including Google Translate, than our foreign correspondent, Susanne Bjørner?

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All A-Twitter About Web 2.0: What Does It Offer Libraries?Click here for full-text options

To pacify her little voice, the one that’s nagging her to get more Web 2.0-literate, Irene McDermott checks out user-generated Web content to see what may be of value to librarians and their patrons.

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