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Mark Lindner

Moving Beyond the NetLibrary Legacy, EBSCO Reshapes Its Ebook Platform - The Digital Shift - 1 views

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    Ebooks on EBSCO
Mark Lindner

Glorious Generalist: Simplifying Library Database Interfaces - 2 views

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    EBSCO interface tweaking & general thoughts on db interfaces

    By the way, I know this author personally.
Mark Lindner

New: "Key Issues for e-Resource Collection Development: A Guide for Libraries... - 0 views

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    Electronic resources represent an increasingly important component of the collection- building activities of libraries. "Electronic resources" refer to those materials that require computer access, whether through a personal computer, mainframe, or handheld mobile device. They may either be accessed remotely via the Internet or locally.
Mark Lindner

Reading Critically - Interrogating Texts - Harvard Library LibGuides at Harvard Library - 1 views

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    Six Reading Habits to Develop in Your First Year at Harvard
Mark Lindner

Tools of the Trade: A Library Starter Kit for Harvard Freshmen - Harvard College Library - 1 views

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    A very well-designed resource for freshmen (and others, no doubt) at Harvard
Mark Lindner

Developing a Library Copyright Policy | EIFL - 1 views

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    Could be useful if/when we decide to have a copyright policy
Mark Lindner

Q&A: SirsiDynix CEO Bill Davison on Social Networking, Self-service, Mashups, and Ebook... - 0 views

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    SirsiDynix CEO interviewed by LJ
Mark Lindner

NISO Releases Updated Draft of SERU: A Shared Electronic Resource Understanding for Pub... - 0 views

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    The National Information Standards Organization (NISO) announces the availability of a draft update of SERU: A Shared Electronic Resource Understanding for public comment (NISO RP-7-201X) through February 19, 2012. SERU offers publishers and libraries the opportunity to save both the time and the costs associated with a negotiated and signed license agreement for e-resources by both content provider and customer agreeing to operate within a framework of shared understanding and good faith. The SERU framework provides a set of common understandings for parties to reference as an alternative to a formal license when conducting business.
Mark Lindner

Kuali | Celeripedean - 2 views

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    "another open source ILS called Kuali OLE. Kuali is a open source extensible service driven library management system geared towards academic and research libraries."
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