November 2002 Issue


News Features

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Featured Stories

Automatic-categorization—it's coming, it could be big, and it could hurt.
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Choosing the right distribution channel is crucial to the success or failure of a content product.
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The path to building effective library portals has been littered with its share of roadblocks. The directors of The Southeastern Library Network found themselves faced with some formidable obstacles of their own when trying to make the transition from first-generation Web site to next-generation portal.
Posted Nov 01, 2002
Web-based information exchange comes in many flavors and forms, from the ad hoc, unmediated sharing of expertise in chat rooms, email groups, and online forums to digital library reference services staffed by degreed professionals. In between lie an interesting assortment of so-called "expert services" that feature self-identified (and sometimes credentialed) authorities poised to tackle anything from quick reference questions to complex and specialized consulting assignments in a variety of fields.
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Columns

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