Library Technology Reports: Coming in 2013

By Patrick Hogan |

Library Technology Reports is at the cusp of its 49th year, but not at all feeling old. Here's the start of the 2013 lineup.

In January, Marshall Breeding opens the Volume 49 with Resource Sharing in Libraries: Concepts, Products, Technologies. Considering relevant technology trends as well as review major products that support interlibrary loan and resource sharing , the report explores emerging and evolving strategies to provide more resources to your patrons.

The February/March issue is Techniques for Electronic Resource Management, by Jill Emery and Graham Stone. They have used crowdsourcing approach to define best practices and processes for the life cyle of an electronic resources: Investigate, Acquire, Implement, Evaluate, Review, Cancel/Replace. See the TERMS wiki.

Are you confused by the options in ebook platforms? How would you like a chart? Mirela Roncevic, a contribuor to No Shelf Required, has been busy gathering and organizing information from vendors for our April report E-Book Platforms for Libraries.

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