November 25, 2015

March 2013 Issue of Information Technology and Libraries (ITAL) Now Online

Items in the March 2013 (Vol 32 No 1, 2013) issue of Information Technology and Libraries Include:

Editor’s Comments
by Robert Gerrity

Editorial Board Thoughts: Libraries as Makerspace?
by Patrick “Tod” Colegrove


Modeling a library web site redesign process: developing a user-centered web site through usability testing
by Danielle A. Becker, Lauren Yannotta

Mapping for the Masses: GIS Lite & Online Mapping Tools in Academic Libraries
by Kathleen W. Weessies, Daniel S. Dotson

Experiences of Migrating to Open Source Integrated Library Systems
by Vandana Singh

Information Retrieval Using a Middleware Approach
by Danijela Boberić Krstićev

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