Products and Services by Brand Name. (Buyer's Guide and Consultants Directory 2002)

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Products and Services by Brand Name. (Buyer's Guide and Consultants Directory 2002)


39 Secrets for Effective and Enjoyable Meetings (booklet)

Facilitation Plus

3Com (IP technology, switches, network interface cards)

Network Management Corp.

3M Security Systems

Brodart Supplies Division

ABCD System (scans a bar code to make new identical label)

Computype, Inc.

Abridged Web Dewey

OCLC Forest Press

Academic Search Premier (full-text, online database)

EBSCO Publishing

Accent (integrated library systems software K-12)

Sagebrush Corp.

ADONIS (electronic subscription service on CD)

ADONIS BV

ADVANCE (ILS client server solution available on UNIX platforms)

Geac Computers, Inc.

Advanced Bookings for DRC

Kelowna Software Ltd.

Aged & Weathered Surfaces (royalty-free stock photography)

Image Farm, Inc.

Agroprojects (database of international agrochemical R & D activity)

PJB Publications Ltd.

Agrow World Crop Protection News (business-to-business newsletter)

PJB Publications Ltd.

AI Text

Access Imagery, Inc.

AI Visual

Access Imagery, Inc.

Alexandria (library automation system)

COMPanion Corp./Alexandria Library Automation

All About Pumps

Animated Software Co.

Alt-Presswatch (online database)

SoftLine Information, Inc.

Alva & Baum (refreshable Braille displays)

GW Micro, Inc.

Amaray (DVD cases, single or double)

AVS, Inc. (Audio Video Supply)

America: History and Life (print encyclopedia)

ABC-CLIO

American Government (subscription Web site)

ABC-CLIO

American Library Directory (a comprehensive guide to U.S. and Canadian libraries)

Information Today, Inc.

American Library Furniture

Texwood Furniture Ltd.

Amlib Library Management System (library management system)

Brodart Automation

Animalscience.com (Internet community for subject specialists)

CABI Publishing (U.S.)

Annual Innovation Report

Conference Board of Canada, The

Annual Leadership Report

Conference Board of Canada, The

Antique Frame Collection (royalty-free stock photography)

Image Farm, Inc.

AnzioLite (low-cost terminal emulation/telnet client)

Rasmussen Software

AnzioWin (full-featured terminal emulation/telnet client)

Rasmussen Software

Aquatic Sciences & Fisheries Abstracts (ASFA database)

Cambridge Scientific Abstracts

AristoCAT (comprehensive library systems)

Atlantic Rim Information Systems, Inc.

Art Index Retrospective: 1890-1982 (database)

H.W. Wilson

ASIA: Official British Documents, 1945-1965 (CD-ROM)

Routledge/Europa/Taylor & Francis

ASKSAM V4 (single-user text database)

askSam Systems

ASKSAM V4 Network (network version)

askSam Systems

ASKSAM V4 Pro (professional version)

askSam Systems

ASKSAM Web Publishe (publish & retrieval of text file on Web)

askSam Systems

Athena (library automation software)

Sagebrush Corp.

Atlas & Gazetteer Series (topographical maps for all 50 states - paper books)

DeLorme Mapping

Authority Express

Library Technologies, Inc.

Automated Library System ALS (integrated library automation software)

Axis Storpoint (CD-ROM server)

Foundation for Library Research, Inc.

Excel Meridian Data, Inc.

Basic Course in American Sign Language (ASL)

T.J. Publishers, Inc.

Basic Course in ASL Vocabulary Videotape (ASL)

T.J. Publishers, Inc. …

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