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Computers in Libraries
VOLUME 25, NUMBER 4 — April 2005
Computers in Libraries
Complete Coverage of Library Information Technology



Open Source Digital Image Management Took Us from Raging Rivers to Quiet WatersClick for full-text HTML version (free) from Information Today, Inc.!
This archival unit was flooded with digital images and couldn't manage them electronically. Then the systems librarian created an open source database to index, store, and migrate all the records. Now things are going swimmingly.
By Isaac Hunter Dunlap

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Following the Yellow Brick Road to Simplified Link Management 
Are you overwhelmed by the number of links that you need to maintain? Wish you could just click your heels together three times and then never have to update them again? The Web manager at this law library managed to do just that. Here's how she used open source tools to create a database-driven Web site that did much of the work for her.
By Nicole C. Engard

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The Digitizing Project That Made SODA
The people at Southern Oregon University Library didn't know a lot about digitizing. But when a half-million-dollar grant fell into their hands, they figured it out pretty quickly! Learn along with them as they explain how they decided on the format, functionality, hardware, and software for what became the Southern Oregon Digital Archives (SODA).
By Jim Rible
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The Systems Librarian
Reflecting on 20 Years of Library Technology
By Marshall Breeding
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Online Treasures
Librarians Have a Passion for Order 
By Janet L. Balas
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Computers in Small Libraries
Groupware as a Knowledge Repository
By Gary Roberts
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Building Digital Libraries
My Three Wishes for Digital Repositories
By Terence Huwe
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Editor's Notes
Managing Many Assets
By Kathy Dempsey

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ask techman
By D. Scott Brandt

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Noted & Quoted Page 48
How to Write for CIL Page 35
Index to Advertisers Page 48

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