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Magazines > Computers in Libraries > January 2009

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Computers in Libraries
VOLUME 29, NUMBER 1 — January 2009
Computers in Libraries
Complete Coverage of Library Information Technology

This Month: The Virtual Library


Access When and Where They Want It: Using EZproxy to Serve Our Remote Users
By Peg Lawrence

Page 6

Doing Virtual Reference Along With Everything Else
By Betsy Harper Garlish

Page 8

Using Text Messages to Communicate With Patrons
By Peter Konshak

Page 11

Focus on Ebooks: Report From the Frankfurt Book Fair
By Dick Kaser

Page 14

Testing the Off-Site Experience, or, How Well Do You Proxy?
By Tim J. Ribaric

Page 18

Marketing the Virtual LibraryClick here for FREE full-text version.
By Jody Condit Fagan

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ILS RoundupClick here for FREE full-text version.
Compiled by The Editors

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Editor’s Notes
VirtualityClick here for FREE full-text version.
By Dick Kaser
Page 4
News Desk
By Bill Greenwood
Page 32
Online Treasures
Excellence in Service in the Virtual Library
By Janet L. Balas
Page 36
Noted & Quoted
By Celeste Peterson-Sloss
Page 37
Tech Tips for Every Librarian
Checklists for the Distributed Librarian
By Jessamyn West
Page 38
Books to Check Out
By John Carr
Page 40

The Systems Librarian
The Growing Trend Toward Larger-Scale Cooperative Library Automation
By Marshall Breeding

Page 22
Libraries in Computers
Practical Geek-Keeping, or, How to Hire—And Keep—Good Technical Staff
By Daniel Chudnov
Page 25

Building Digital Libraries
Reference Diagnostics for a Virtual World
By Terence K. Huwe

Page 27
How to Write for CIL Page 38

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