Computers in Libraries

Monthly magazine provides library information technology news and practical application.

Articles from Vol. 29, No. 7, July-August

Ask a Librarian
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Ask a Librarian is a monthly feature where librarians have a chance to comment on Computers in Libraries' topic of the month. In this installment, Peg Lawrence, systems librarian at Minnesota State University, talks about...
Buyer's Guide '09: What the Vendors Enter Is Exactly What You Get
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Four Ways to Use This Directory This printed edition of the CIL Buyer's Guide consists of four sections: Products and Services by Category Various types of hardware, software, supplies, and services related to library...
ILS Year in Review
Oh, what a difference a year makes. Ever since our Buyer's Guide '08 issue hit newsstands last July, many of the biggest companies in the ILS industry have been churning out more and more advanced products that take advantage of the latest technological...
Marketing the Virtual Library: By Carefully Planning and Evaluating Your Library's Marketing Efforts regarding Its Virtual Presence, You Can Determine Which Strategies Will Get the Most Bang for Your Buck
Far more people are familiar with their local public or college library facility than their library's website and online resources. In fact, according to a recent survey, 96% of Americans said they had visited a library in person, but less than one-third...
Products and Services by Category
HARDWARE Adaptive Computing Hardware Braille Embossers/Printers Interactive.com Keyboards--Adaptive Axel Enterprises Inc. CompuPro, Inc. Monitors--Large Print Display Axel Enterprises Inc. CompuPro, Inc. Library Automation...
Products and Services by Vendor
This section contains a lot of coded information. Here's what it all means: In all of our software categories, we gave vendors the option of checking off seven platforms: Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Mac, Unix, and Other. Hence,...
Symphony: SirsiDynix's Flagship Integrated Library System: A Horizon User's Perspective
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] At the end of 2007, SirsiDynix introduced the first version of Symphony, its new flagship ILS. This article will begin with a look at the evolution of Symphony, user reactions to Symphony, and Symphony's design and functionality....
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