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Magazines > Computers in Libraries > March 2008

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Computers in Libraries
VOLUME 28, NUMBER 3 — March 2008
Computers in Libraries
Complete Coverage of Library Information Technology

This Month: The Open Source Software Craze


Using Open Source to Give Patrons What They Want
By Amy Begg De Groff

Page 6

Makin’ Stories: From New York to Monterey and Now to D.C., Dutch Crew Documents Best ‘2.0’ Practices in U.S. Libraries

Page 12
From Static to Dynamic—Choosing and Implementing a Web-Based CMSClick here for full-text version.
By Ruth Kneale
Page 16

Information Commons to Go
By Marc Dewey Bayer

Page 22

Building Digital Libraries
The Community Behind the Code
By Terence K. Huwe

Page 27
The Systems Librarian
Making a Business Case for Open Source ILS
By Marshall Breeding
Page 36

Libraries in Computers
What Librarians Still Don’t Know About Open Source
By Daniel Chudnov

Page 40
Computers in Libraries 2008 Exhibits Directory Page 33
Editor’s Notes
By Dick Kaser
Page 4
Online Treasures
Open Source Becomes More Accessible
By Janet L. Balas
Page 32
Tech Tips for Every Librarian
What Can Open Source Do for You?
By Rachel Singer Gordon and Jessamyn West
Page 44
Noted & Quoted Page 46
Books to Check Out Page 48

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