Magazine article Computers in Libraries

Editor's Notes

Magazine article Computers in Libraries

Editor's Notes

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If it hasn't been said that good editors make good publications, then you can quote me on it. We, at Information Today, Inc., and I'm sure you, as readers, are going to miss the guiding hand of Kathy Dempsey on the pages of Computers in Libraries magazine. This is the first issue she has not edited in many years.

When Kathy--she was Kathy Miller then--joined the ITI staff in 1994 as a newsletter and book editor, one of her first assignments was to cover an SLA meeting that discussed how librarians could serve as "knowledge navigators" for users struggling with the internet. Her story appeared in Information Today.

Kathy's background in libraries and journalism made her the perfect candidate, a year later, for a top editorial position at Computers in Libraries magazine, when ITI (then Learned Information, Inc.) acquired the conference and magazine from Mecklermedia. By 1995, Kathy was serving as managing editor. In her first editor's note in CIL, she described how she was busily surveying readers to find out how the new publication should be positioned. …

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