Computers in Libraries

Monthly magazine provides library information technology news and practical application.

Articles from Vol. 37, No. 6, July/August

Building Digital Libraries: Today's Knowledge Workers Need 'Knowledge Hedges'
Continuous change has been the norm for information professionals since the Industrial Revolution, but it is easy to lose track of the long arc of change for two reasons. First, knowledge workers of every stripe are immersed in their immediate workloads...
Media Literacy: Forging a New Path(finder)
A unique service is being offered at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga Library. On the third floor, in a space we call Studio, students are taking on challenges and learning new skills. This is possible because, in Studio, we believe that the most...
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Words of Wisdom 'What in the world would we do without our libraries?'- Katharine HepburnProQuest Puts Civil War Documents OnlineProQuest added the Robert E. Lee Papers to its ProQuest History Vault. There are telegrams, orders, battle reports from subordinates,...
Noted & Quoted
'The Internet Archive has digitized more than 2.5 million public domain (pre-1923) books. ...'-'Transforming Our Libraries From Analog to Digital: A 2020 Vision,' Brewster Kahle, EDUCAUSE Review, March 13, 2017ACRL announced that Lauren Pressley, director...
The Systems Librarian: Practical Technologies to Foster User Engagement
Libraries and related organizations naturally want to maintain a high level of awareness and exposure to their clientele. They can use many different techniques as part of their marketing or outreach efforts. As organizations centered on information,...
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