23rd Annual Computers in Libraries 2008: North America's Largest Technology Conference & Exhibition for Librarians and Information Managers

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23rd Annual Computers in Libraries 2008: North America's Largest Technology Conference & Exhibition for Librarians and Information Managers


Hyatt Regency Crystal City April 7-9, 2008

INNOVATIVE CHANGE: Integrating High Tech With High Touch

* Searching and Search Engines

* Content Management

* Web Design & Social Software

* Innovation & Change

* Next Gen Catalogs & Open Source

* Gaming & Virtual Worlds

* Learning, Planning, Managing

* Communities & Collaboration

* Internet@Schools East

The following is a list of exhibitors and a map of the Exhibit Hall at Computers in Libraries 2008. Many of the industry's most important companies are exhibiting at the 2008 conference, giving attendees an extraordinary opportunity to sample the latest in library automation and technology.

Exhibitor                                    Booth No.

3M Library Systems                                 213
AAAS/Science                                       920
American Library Association                       523
American Psychological Association                 622
Aqua Browser/Syndetics/Bowker                      111
Basch Subscriptions/The Reference Shelf            919
ChiliFresh.com                                     418
CMS, Inc.                                          323
Comprise Technologies                              317
Cuadra Associates, Inc.                            410
Deep Web Technologies                              822
EBSCO Information Services                         417
Elsevier                                           108
EOS International                                  110
Evanced Solutions                                  717
Ex Libris USA                                      222
Facts On File                                      421
Faronics, Inc.                                     321
Faulkner Information Services                      TBD
Follett Software                                   412
Gale, a part of Cengage Learning                   514
Greenwood Publishing Group                         123
H.W. Wilson                                        217
HeinOnline                                         718
IEEE                                               218
IET/Inspec                                         322
Indus International, Inc.                          422
Information Today, Inc.                            TBD
Ingram Digital Group                               113
Inmagic, Inc.                                      518
Innovative Interfaces, Inc.                        719
Librarica LLC                                      407
LibraryThing.com                                   118
Mergent                                            520
Nature Publishing Group                            818
Neal-Schuman Publishers                            119
NewsBank                                           621
NLE                                                819
Northern Micrographics                             106
OCLC                                               413
OECD                                              1018
Oxford University Press                            521
PALINET                                            220
POLARIS Library Systems                            221
ProQuest                                           311
PTFS, Inc. … 

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