Thursday, March 20, 2008

Computers in Libraries: The Open Source Software Craze

The March 2008 issue of Computers in Libraries is titled "The Open Source Software Craze" and has a series of articles on Open Source in Libraries:
  • Using Open Source to Give Patrons What They Want. Amy Begg De Groff.
  • The Community Behind the Code. Terence K. Huwe.
  • Making a Business Case for Open Source ILS. Marshall Breeding.
  • What Librarians Still Don’t Know About Open Source. Daniel Chudnov.
  • Open Source Becomes More Accessible. Janet L. Balas.
  • What Can Open Source Do for You? Rachel Singer Gordon and Jessamyn West.
Unfortunately most of the articles do not seem to be web accessible until later this month.

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