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OmniMedicalSearch.com Launches Search Engine for Medical Images

Oct
15

www.OmniMedicalSearch.com today announced it has released a medical image search engine designed for patients, students, caregivers, and medical professionals.

"Nothing else brings clarity to a subject like images that illustrate the information people research," OmniMedicalSearch.com founder Jason Morrow said. "Users from around the world will find this search tool incredibly useful."

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Call for Collection Development Articles

Oct
14

The Tech Static, a new technology-related book review outlet and collection development resource for librarians launching this November, is soliciting article queries. Current needs include:

* Advice on weeding technology-related titles
* Overviews of “hot” new technologies, software, applications, certifications, or new releases for which libraries should stock updated guides
* Discussion of ways to fund useful collections of technology titles

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Union County Public Library Goes Live With Evergreen

Oct
14

Union County Public Library Goes Live With Evergreen
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Norcross, GA – October 14, 2008

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Library Journal “Mover & Shaker” David Lee King’s Book Is a Guide to Using Digital Experience Design to Build Websites Customers Love—and Love to Talk About

Oct
13

October 20, 2008, Monterey, CA—At the 12th annual Internet Librarian Conference and Exhibition, Information Today, Inc. (ITI) announced the release of Designing the Digital Experience: How to Use Experience Design Tools and Techniques to Build Websites Customers Love by David Lee King.

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Inmagic to Exhibit at Internet Librarian Conference 2008

Oct
10

WOBURN, Mass., BUSINESS WIRE -- Inmagic will attend the Internet Librarian Conference 2008 (booth 217) and provide attendees with a sneak peak into Inmagic(R) Presto 3.0 - the latest in social knowledge management. Presto 3.0 will be made available for customer deployment October 31st, and is the latest version of the company's flagship social knowledge management platform used by leading organizations such as NASA, Newsweek, The Lincoln Center for Performing Arts, RV Anderson Associates, Ltd., and OPHEA.

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ALA offers Recognition Awards and Grants

Oct
10

ALA offers Recognition Awards and Grants

CHICAGO – Nominate yourself, colleagues or your library for the 2009 American Library Association (ALA) Recognition Awards and Grants.

Unless otherwise noted, the deadline for awards is December 1.

The following lists the major ALA awards with the Web sites for application guidelines:

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Free MaintainIT Webinar on Print Management: From Distress to Success

Oct
10

Do you have printing horror stories? Are you often frightened by reams of paper abandoned at the printer? Do you have a spooky ghost that keeps printing and then vanishing? Do your patrons turn into scary goblins when they hear how much they owe in printing charges?

Learn how libraries make sure patrons print what they need, and turn printing distress to printing success. Topics to be Covered:
To Charge or Not to Charge
Print Management: Software and Other Solutions
Printing from Patron Laptops

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Midway (B.C.) Public Library Goes Live with Evergreen

Oct
09

Midway (B.C.) Public Library Goes Live with Evergreen
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Norcross, GA – October 9, 2008

Midway Public Library has become the 10th library in British Columbia’s SITKA consortium to go live with Evergreen, the consortial-quality open-source library automation software.

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LibLime Upgrades "Koha with Class": Free Hosted Koha for Library Classrooms Worldwide

Oct
08

Athens, OH--October 8, 2008-- LibLime, the leader in open-source solutions for libraries announced today that LibLime has upgraded the "Koha with Class" Initiative to the 3.0 version of Koha.

Koha with Class provides library school classrooms with up to five hosted installations of Koha, free of charge. The project is designed to give future librarians hands-on experience with library automation software and open source. Any college or university offering a program in Library and Information Studies/ Technology can participate.

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