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Computers in Libraries
VOLUME 40, NUMBER 5 — July/August 2020
Computers in Libraries
Complete Coverage of Library Information Technology

This Month: Making Do


This issue of Computers in Libraries is dedicated to Celeste Peterson-Sloss (1967–2020), who, as the longtime editor of our Departments, served this publication with diligence and perseverance, while simultaneously battling a debilitating illness for the last decade. We will miss her indomitable spirit and take inspiration from her devotion.

Dick Kaser, Executive Editor


Messaging at the Point of Use: How to Implement Your Own Digital Signage Solution
By Kirstien Kroeger

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Crisis Intervention and Library Technology: How We Responded to COVID-19 Library Closures
By Tom Adamich

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Data Visualization on a Budget: Simple Tips, Techniques, and Low-Cost ToolsClick here for FREE full-text version.
By Linda Hofschire

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Born-Digital Preservation: The Art of Archiving Photos With Script and Batch ProcessingClick here for FREE full-text version.
By Sharon Bradley, Rachel Evans, and Leslie Grove

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Building Digital Libraries
Educational Resilience: A Nexus of Opportunity
By Terence K. Huwe
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Practical Technology
Digital Literacy Lessons From the Time of COVID-19
By Jessamyn West
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Editor’s Notes
Rising to the OccasionClick here for FREE full-text version.
By Dick Kaser
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News Desk
By Alison A. Trotta
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Noted and Quoted
By Alison A. Trotta
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Write for CIL!

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How to Build a STEM Library to Support Student Research
By Lorette S.J. Weldon
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