Automating libraries: a selected annotated bibliography (ALA)  >>>

Basics of library automation - Colo. Dept. of Education  >>>

Library automation systems and resources -  Internet Library for Librarians  >>>

Library Technology Guides  >>>
Library automation
E-books and audio books
The Digital Reader  >>>

eFrontier  >>>

Evoke  >>>

No Shelf Required  >>>

Web Junction e-books and digital audio books  >>>
Mobile devices

The Handheld Librarian  >>>

Web Junction mobile devices  >>>
Online Dictionary for  Library and Information Science (ODLIS)  >>>d

The Colorado Librarian's Survival Guide  >>>

ALA TechSource  >>>

CAL Library Technology Division  >>>

The Digital Shift - On Libraries and New Media  >>>

Glossary of Terms and Systems  >>>

Pattern Recognition (Jason Griffey)  >>>

TechSoup for Libraries  >>>

Web Junction technology  >>>

Library technology
D-Lib Magazine  >>>
The Magazine of Digital
Library Research
Open source
Fedora: The Flexible Extensible Digital Object and Repository Architecture  >>>

Groups.Drupal  >>>

Library Automation Tools for You  >>>

Open Source Initiative  >>>

Open Source Software and Libraries Bibliography  >>>

Open Source Systems for Libraries  >>>

UNESCO's Free and Open Source Software Portal  >>>

WebJunction’s Focus on Open Source   >>>
2010 ILS satisfaction scores
Marshall Breeding’s Perceptions 2010: An International Survey of Library Automation >>>

Top-scoring ILS by type of library user

Proprietary ILS:
>Small public libraries: Biblionix Apollo
>Large libraries: ILS products fall into middle tier of rankings, topped by Innovative Interfaces’ Millennium, The Library Corporation’s Library.Solution, Equinox Software’s Evergreen

Open source ILS:
>K-12 school libraries: Media Flex OPALS
>(Unspecified type of library): KOHA, supported by ByWater Solutions

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