Open Source Software and Libraries Bibliography

(version 1.1)

This bibliography has been compiled by Brenda Chawner, School of Information Management, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, as part of her Ph.D. studies. It includes announcements, journal articles, and web documents that are about open source software development in libraries. It also includes articles that describe specific open source applications used in libraries, in particular dSpace, Koha, Greenstone, and MyLibrary.

This bibliography has been compiled by Brenda Chawner, School of Information Management, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, as part of her Ph.D. studies from 2002-2007. It includes announcements, journal articles, and web documents that are about open source software development in libraries. It also includes articles that describe specific open source applications used in libraries, in particular dSpace, Koha, Greenstone, and MyLibrary.

Please note: This version of the bibliography is no longer being updated. The most recent version is available on Zotero as the Free/Libre and Open Source Software and Libraries Bibliography, with contributions from Nicole Engard.

Copyright (c) 2002-2010 Brenda Chawner

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Bibliography

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Akeroyd, John, and Andrew Cox. 1999. Integrated library management systems: overview. VINE (115):3-10.

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Almasy, Edward. 2005. Tools for creating your own resource portal: CWIS and the Scout Portal Toolkit. Library Trends 53 (4):620-36.

Almasy, Edward, David Sleasman, and Rachel Bower. 2002. Software for building a full-featured discipline-based web portal. D-Lib Magazine 8 (11). http://www.dlib.org/dlib/november02/almasy/11almasy.html.

Altman, Micah. 2001. Open source software for libraries: from Greenstone to the Virtual Data Center and beyond. IASSIST Quarterly 25 (4):5-11.

Antellman, Kristin. 2000. Web lists and the decline of the library catalog. Library Computing 18 (3):189-195.

Apps, Ann. 2004. The OpenURL and OpenURL Framework: demystifying link resolution. Ariadne (38). http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue38/apps-rpt/intro.html.

Archivists toolkit to be open source. 2004. Library Journal 129 (16):23.

Arkles, Louise. 2002. Open source library software in action. inCite 23 (11):12.

Ashling, Jum. 2003. Open access and the public domain. Information Today 20 (5):27-29.

Auger, Brian. 2004. Living with Linux. Library Journal NetConnect (Spring):16-17.

Augias, Christophe. 2002. An open-source intitative. inCite 23 (11):12.

Avanti releases first production version. 2002. Information Retrieval and Library Automation 38 (2):5.

Avanti: library system to capture universal principles. 2002. Information Retrieval and Library Automation 38 (4):9.

Avanti: open source compact, self-contained ILS in Java. 2003. Information Retrieval and Library Automation 38 (8):7-8.

Bainbridge, David, John Thompson, and Ian H. Witten. 2003. Assembling and enriching digital library collections. Paper read at International Conference on Digital Libraries: Proceedings of the third ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on digital libraries, at Houston, TX. http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/~ihw/papers/03-DB-JT-IHW-Assembling.pdf.

Bains, Simon, and Howard Richardson. 2000. Linux and CD-ROM networking: an academic library's DIY solution. Online 24 (2):54-56.

Balas, Janet L. 2002. Can you build it? Yes you can! Computers in Libraries 22 (2):36-38.

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Bannerjee, Kyle. 2005. You can deliver the goods better, faster, and cheaper with open source databases. Computers in Libraries 25 (5):16-22.

Barr, Belinda, Jerome Conley, and Joanne Goode. 2003. Chat is now: administrative issues. Internet Reference Services Quarterly 8 (1/2):19-25.

Baud, Alison, and ann Chapman. 2004. Tap into Bath. Ariadne (40). http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue40/baud-chapman/intro.html.

Bell, Stephen. 2002. Open source Koha settles in Smalltown USA. Computerworld (12 September).

Benjelloun, Rida. 2005. Archimède: a Canadian solution for institutional repository. Library Hi Tech 23 (4):481-489.

Bennett, Thomas McMillan Grant. 2002. Appalachian State University Libraries' Ask A Librarian: a reference service for ASU students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Internet Reference Services Quarterly 7 (1/2):89-98.

Bills, Linda, Rachel J. Cheng, and Alan J. Nathanson. 2003. Subject web page management without HTML coding: two approaches. Information Technology and Libraries 22 (1):4-11.

Bisk, Evegeny, and Gwendolyn Reece. 2003. Hi-tech users and low-tech workflow: using open source technology to dynamically generate PDF documents from book purchase web forms: poster session. Paper read at LITA National Forum, 3-5 October, at Norfolk, VA.

Blake, Monica. 2004. Project to optimise Web crawling. The Electronic Library 22 (4):375.

Blake, Miriam, and Beth Goldsmith. 2004. Using MarcXML for archiving, transforming, and displaying complex bibliographic citation metadata—a surprisingly flexible & robust option. Paper read at LITA National Forum, 8-10 October, at St. Louis, Mo. http://www.ala.org/ala/lita/litaevents/2004Forum/CS_Using_MarcXML.doc.

Blake, Miriam, Beth Goldsmith, and Mariella Di Giacomo. 2003. XML project: integrated access to scientific resources utilizing XML, open source software, metadata, and reference linking. Paper read at LITA National Forum, 3-5 October, at Norfolk, VA. http://www.ala.org/ala/lita/litaevents/litanatlforum/forumprograms/lita2003mb.ppt.

Blake, Rosalie, and Rachel Hamilton-Williams. 2000. Koha - free library software. Library Life (247):20-22.

-----. 2004. O is for open source. Paper read at Made in Aotearoa: LIANZA 2004 Conference, 5-8 September, at Auckland. http://www.koha.org/about/presentation/lianza/.

Brandt, D. Scott. 2000. Using good systems work to extend your library's market. Computers in Libraries 20 (9):61-63.

-----. 2001. Technologists and tinkerers. Computers in Libraries 21 (10):55-57.

Brantley, Steve, Annie Armstrong, and Krystal M. Lewis. 2006. Usability testing of a customizable library web portal. College & Research Libraries 67 (2):146-163.

Breeding, Marshall. 2000. A tutorial in creating web-enabled databases with Inmagic DB/TextWorks through ODBC. Library Computing 19 (1/2):18-34.

-----. 2001. OCLC announces the demise of SiteSearch. Information Today 18 (7):36-37.

-----. 2001. Providing virtual reference service. Information Today 18 (4):42-43.

-----. 2001. Update on technology trends and events. Information Today 18 (10):44.

-----. 2002. The open source ILS: only a distant possibility. Information Technology and Libraries 21 (1):16-18.

-----. 2002. An update on open source ILS. Information Today 19 (9):42-43.

-----. 2002. The emergence of the Open Archives Initiative. Information Today 19 (4):46-47.

-----. 2002. Expanding the systems librarian's toolkit. Information Today 19 (1):36-37.

-----. 2002. Monitoring the use of your web site. Information Today 19 (11):40.

Bretthauer, David. 2001. Open source software in libraries. Library Hi Tech News 18 (5):8-9.

-----. 2002. Open source software: a history. Information Technology and Libraries 21 (1):3-10.

-----. 2002. Open source software in libraries: an update. Library Hi Tech News 19 (5):20-22.

Brewer, Joseph M., Sheril J. Hook, Janice Simmons-Welburn, and Karen Williams. 2004. Libraries dealing with the future now. ARL (234):1-9.

Brewerton, Gary, and Jon Knight. 2003. From local project to open source: a brief history of the Loughborough Online Reading List System (LORLS). VINE 33 (4):189-195.

Brice, John J., III. 2002. Open source @ Meadville Public Library. Paper read at American Library Association, at Atlanta.

Bristow, Robert. 2005. Beyond email: wikis, blogs and other strange beasts. Review of St. Laurent, Andrew M. 2004. Understanding open source and free software licensing. Ariadne (42). http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue42/beyond-email-rpt/.

Brown-Sica, Meg, and Cynthia Hashert. 2003. Gold Rush Linker: making better use of our electronic resources. Colorado Libraries 29 (1):25-28.

Browning, Paul. 2000. Zope - a Swiss Army Knife for the web? VINE (119):61-71.

-----. 2004. Through the Web authoring tools. Ariadne (39). http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue39/browning/intro.html.

Byrne, Alex. 2003. Digital libraries: barriers or gateways to scholarly information? Paper read at Libraries and Education in the Networked Information Environment: 24th IATUL Conference, 2-5 June, at Ankara, Turkey. http://www.iatul.org/conference/proceedings/vol13/papers/BYRNE_fulltext.pdf.

Calame, Albert. 2003. Automation today, part 1. The School Librarian's Workshop 23 (9):11-12.

Calarco, Pascal V., Jeremy Frumkin, Brenda Bailey-Hainer, and Thornton Staples. 2002. Open sourcing the digital library: open source digital library tools & infrastructure. Paper read at ASIST 2002: Information, Connections, and Commnity, at Philadelphia, PA.

Cargile, Cathleen. 2005. Open source ILS for the non-systems librarian: a reality? PNLA Quarterly 69 (3):16-22.

Carraway, Shawn, and Susan Payne. 2005. Implementing RAKIM open source chat reference software. Computers in Libraries 25 (5):10-12, 14-15.

Casson, Rob, and Belinda Barr. 2002. Chat software: open source or commercial? Paper read at Virtual Reference Desk Conference, 12 November, at Chicago. http://www.vrd.org/conferences/VRD2002/proceedings/barr.shtml.

Cervone, Frank. 2003. The open source option. Library Journal NetConnect (Summer):8-12.

-----. 2003. Guest editorial: open source software: what can it do for your library? The Electronic Library 21 (6):526-527.

-----. 2003. Open-source software for libraries. Paper read at Computers in Libraries 2003, 12-14 March, at Washington, DC.

Cervone, H. Frank. 2004. The repository adventure. Library Journal 129 (10):44-46.

Chakraborty, Mou, and Johanna Tuñón. 2002. Taking the distance out of library services offered to international graduate students: considerations, challenges, and concerns. Journal of Library Administration 37 (1/2):163-176.

Chang, May. 2004. Open source applications for communication and collaboration. Paper read at LITA National Forum, 8-10 October, at St. Louis, Mo. http://www.ala.org/ala/lita/litaevents/2004Forum/CS_Open_Source_Applications.pdf.

-----. 2004. I've gathered a basket of communication and collaboration tools. Computers in Libraries 24 (8):6-8, 61-62. 64.

Chawner, Brenda. 2002. Koha: an open source success story. Library Link November. http://mustafa.emeraldinsight.com/vl=12220074/cl=48/nw=1/rpsv/librarylink/technology/nov02.htm.

-----. 2003. Open communication for open source software develoment: the Koha experience. Paper read at LITA National Forum, 3-5 October, at Norfolk, VA. http://www.ala.org/ala/lita/litaevents/litanatlforum/forumprograms/cs1-6chawner.ppt.

-----. 2004. Free/open source software: new opportunities, new challenges. Paper read at Breaking boundaries: integration & interoperability: VALA 2004, 3-5 February, at Melbourne, Victoria. http://www.vala.org.au/vala2004/2004pdfs/33Chawn.PDF.

Chawner, Brenda, and Paul H. Lewis. 2004. Wikiwikiwebs: new ways of interacting in a web environment. Paper read at LITA National Forum, 8-10 October, at St. Louis, Mo. http://www.ala.org/ala/lita/litaevents/2004Forum/CS_WikiWikiWebs.pdf http://www.ala.org/ala/lita/litaevents/2004Forum/LITAWikiPresentation.pdf.

-----. 2006. Wikiwikiwebs: new ways of communicating in a Web environment. Information Technology and Libraries 25 (1):33-43.

Chester, Bernard. 2006. Open source document management: pros and cons of using open source software. AIIM E-Doc Magazine 20 (1):21, 233.

Chicks in charge: Andrea Baker & Amy Daniels. 2004. Library Journal 129 (5):46.

Chudnov, Dan. 2002. Open source library systems: getting started 1999 [cited 7 June 2002]. Available from http://www.oss4lib.org/readings/oss4lib-getting-started.php.

Chudnov, Daniel. 1999. Open source software: the future of library systems. Library Journal 124 (13):40-43.

Chudnov, Dan. 2000. Docster: the future of document delivery? Library Journal 125 (13):60-62.

-----. 2001. Opinion paper: docster — instant document delivery. Interlending & Document Supply 29 (1):23-27.

Chudnov, Daniel, Jeffrey Barnett, Raman Prasad, and Matthew Wilcox. 2005. Experiments in academic social book marking with Unalog. Library Hi Tech 23 (4):469-480.

Chudnov, Daniel, Cynthia Crooker, and Kimberly Parker. 2000. JAKE: overview and status report. Serials Review 26 (4):12-17.

Cibbarelli, Pamela. 2003. ILS marketplace: CIL's quarterly series on library automation markets: January 2003: public libraries. Computers in Libraries 23 (1):31-36.

Ciccone, Karen. 2005. MyLibrary@NCState: a library portal after five years. Journal of Library Administration 43 (1/2):19-35.

Clarke, Kevin S. 2000. Open software and the library community. M.I.L.S. research paper, School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC.

-----. 2002. Managing MARC with open source software. In Open source software for libraries, 30-44. Chicago: LITA.

Coello-Coutiño, Gerardo, Shirley Ainsworth, and Ana Maria Escalante-Gonzalbo. 2002. Hermes, the information messenger. Integrating information services and delivering them to the end use. Paper read at ASIST 2002: Information, Connections, and Commnity, at Philadelphia, PA.

Coello-Coutiño, Gerardo, Ana Maria Escalante-Gonzalbo, and Shirley Ainsworth. 2002. The full Monty; or, the whole hog with Hermes. Paper read at Partnerships, Consortia, and 21st Century Library Service: 23rd IATUL Conference, 2-6 June, at Kansas City, Missouri. http://www.iatul.org/conference/proceedings/vol12/papers/ainsworth.pdf.

Coffman, Steve, and Linda Arret. 2004. To chat or not to chat—taking another look at virtual reference. Searcher 12 (7):38-46.

Cohen, Suzanne, John Fereira, Angela Horne, Bob Kibbee, Holly Mistlebauer, and Adam Smith. 2000. MyLibrary: personalized electronic services in the Cornell University Library. D-Lib Magazine 6 (4). http://www.dlib.org/dlib/april00/mistlebauer/04mistlebauer.html.

Copeland, Lynn, Kristina Long, and Todd Mundle. 1999. The COPPUL virtual library resource sharing software. Library Hi Tech 17 (2):165-171.

Corrado, Edward M. 2000. Linux outside the cave: using Linux on a public Internet workstation. Paper read at Internet Librarian, 7 November, at Monterey, CA.

-----. 2001. Linux and the open source movement. Paper read at Tuesday Technology Talks @ the Library, 6 February, at Princeton, NJ.

-----. 2004. Open source library management systems. Paper read at Internet Librarian, 15-17 November, at Monterey, CA. http://library.rider.edu/scholarly/ecorrado/il2004/index.html.

-----. 2005. The importance of open access, open source, and open standards for libraries. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship (42). http://www.istl.org/05-spring/article2.html.

Cowles, Esmé, and Steve Lawson. 2002. Sage: developing a database for online resources at the University of California, San Diego. Library Hi Tech News 19 (7):22-27.

Coyle, Karen. 2002. Open source, open standards. Information Technology and Libraries 21 (1):33-36.

-----. 2002. MARC.pm. In Open source software for libraries, 38-40. Chicago: LITA.

Crawford, Walt. 2002. Talking 'bout MyLibrary. American Libraries 33 (4):91.

-----. 2005. Firefox and future dangers: the open and closed of it. Online 29 (4):45-57.

Creating an automated new books list at the University of Texas at Arlington Libraries: a Voyager success story. 2001. Des Plaines, Illinois: Endeavor Information Systems.

Creech, John. 2001. Open source software @ The CWU Library. PNLA Quarterly 65 (4):15-17.

Crow, Raym. 2004. A guide to institutional repository software. 3rd ed. ed. New York, NY: Open Society Institute. http://www.soros.org/openaccess/pdf/OSI_Guide_to_IR_Software_v3.pdf.

Cullen, Kevin F. 2002. PHP: An open source solution for Web programming and dynamic content. Information Technology and Libraries 21 (3):116-120.

Cullen, Kevin F., and Michelle Mach. 2002. A task management system to cure your 'webmaster blues'. Computers in Libraries 22 (10):10-12, 70-72.

Culleton, John. 2004. Open source indexing. The Indexer 24 (2):58-60.

Cyzyk, Mark, and Nathan D.M. Robertson. 2003. HERMES: the Hopkins Electronic Resource Management System. Information Technology and Libraries 22 (1):12-17.

Dahl, Mark. 2003. Library web site content management options using PHP. Paper read at LITA National Forum, 3-5 October, at Norfolk, VA. http://www.ala.org/ala/lita/litaevents/litanatlforum/forumprograms/contentmgmt.ppt.

-----. 2004. Content management strategy for a college library web site. Information Technology and Libraries 23 (1).

Davison, Stephen. 2002. Digital media reviews: free (mostly) scores on the Web. Notes.

Deeljore, Sam. 2004. Linux & library - web kiosks for peanuts: poster session. Paper read at LITA National Forum, 8-10 October, at St. Louis, Mo. http://www.ala.org/ala/lita/litaevents/2004Forum/PS_Linux_Web_Kiosks.ppt.

Desai, Christina M. 2003. Instant messaging reference: how does it compare? The Electronic Library 21 (1):21-30.

Deweese, Chris. 2004. Continuous Learning Opportunities online database and registration (CLeO): poster session. Paper read at LITA National Forum, 8-10 October, at St. Louis, Mo. http://www.ala.org/ala/lita/litaevents/2004Forum/PS_Continuous_Learning_Opportunities.ppt.

Di Giacomo, Mariella, and Frances Knudson. 2004. MyLibrary @LANL, a personalized and collaborative digital library project for facilitating scientific research. Paper read at LITA National Forum, 8-10 October, at St. Louis, Mo. http://www.ala.org/ala/lita/litaevents/2004Forum/CS_MyLibrary_at_LANL.ppt.

Dirst, Tara L. 2003. Improving art history education: llibrary and faculty partnerships in instructional technology development. Information Technology and Libraries 22 (2):83-87.

Dobson, Chris. 2003. From bright idea to beta test: the story of LOCKSS. Searcher 11 (2):50-53.

Docster redux: librarians respond. 2000. Library Journal 125 (17):38-39.

Doering, David. 2002. The network observer: it's all about access. EMedia Magazine 15 (7):23.

Donohue, Nanette. 2005. Library 2.0: what's next in tech. Illinois Library Associaton Reporter 23 (6):18-19.

Donovan, Patricial. 2003. Library students test Internet freeware. UB Reporter 34 (34). http://www.buffalo.edu/reporter/vol34/vol34n34/articles/Library.html.

Doran, Michael. 2003. New books list. Michael Doran 2002 [cited 16 April 2003]. Available from http://rocky.uta.edu/doran/autolist.

-----. 2005. The New Books List: an open source software case study. Paper read at LITA National Forum, 30 September - 2 October, at San Jose, CA. http://www.ala.org/ala/lita/litaevents/litanationalforum2005sanjoseca/14_Doran.ppt>http://www.ala.org/ala/lita/litaevents/litanationalforum2005sanjoseca/16_Doran_UTAcopyright.pdf http://www.ala.org/ala/lita/litaevents/litanationalforum2005sanjoseca/15_Doran_IPDForm.pdf.

Dorman, David. 2000. Technically speaking: what's up, Docster? American Libraries 31 (6):120.

-----. 2000. Technically speaking: heads up—personalizing the ILS. American Libraries 31 (6):120.

-----. 2001. Technically speaking: what's cooking at the ALA exhibits. American Libraries 32 (7):83-85.

-----. 2002. Open source sources. American Libraries 33 (11):70.

-----. 2002. Open source software and the intellectual commons. American Libraries 33 (11):51-54.

-----. 2002. Technically speaking: open source sources. American Libraries 33 (11):70.

-----. 2002. Technically speaking: quick clicks. American Libraries 33 (9):86-87.

-----. 2002. Technically speaking: can you say "Shibboleth"? American Libraries 33 (9):86-87.

Doyle, Bob. 2006. Open Office wars. EContent 29 (3):37.

DSpace: MIT's archiving software available. 2002. Information Retrieval and Library Automation 38 (7):6.

Dunlap, Isaac Hunter. 2005. Open source digital image management took us from raging rivers to quiet waters. Computers in Libraries 25 (4):6-8, 46-8.

Duranceau, Ellen Finnie. 2001. Tracking content changes at aggregated websites for serials. Serials Review 27 (1):51-57.

Durno, John. 2003. Open content: open source, hold the software. Feliciter 49 (2):69-71.

Dye, Jessica. 2005. Sun shines on open source DRM development. EContent 28 (11):8-9.

Ebbinghouse, Carol. 2002. Just can't hardly give it away: generosity versus copyright. Searcher 10 (10):64-69.

-----. 2002. Saving the information profession, Google, and the world: the 15th Annual SCOUG Retreat. Searcher 10 (10):28, 30-36.

Eberhart, George M. 2004. 100 years of globalization in St. Louis: Library and Information Technology Association National Forum. American Libraries 35 (10):24-25.

Efron, Miles, A. Arro Smith, and Loriene Roy. 2005. OpenChoice: an Internet filter for public libraries. Texas Library Journal 81 (3):92-94.

E-LIS: an open archive for library & information science. 2003. Information Retrieval and Library Automation 38 (9):11.

England, Mark, Lura Joseph, and Nem W. Schlecht. 2000. A low-cost library database solution. Information Technology and Libraries 19 (1):46-49.

epixtech announces open source licensing plans for NISO CIP engine. 2001. Information Today 18 (3):48.

Escalante, Ana Maria, Shirley Ainsworth, and Gerardo Coello. 2003. Hermes: from chaos to cosmos in information services: poster session. Paper read at LITA National Forum, 3-5 October, at Norfolk, VA. http://www.ala.org/ala/lita/litaevents/litanatlforum/forumprograms/ps-3escalante.ppt.

Evans, Peter. 1999. Linux begins to get serious. Biblio Tech Review (January). http://www.biblio-tech.com/BTR999/January_99/linux.html.

Exner, Nina. 2004. An informal examination of technological skills in library jobs. North Carolina Libraries 62 (2):84-90. http://www.nclaonline.org/NCL/ncl/NCL_62_2_Summer2004.pdf.

Eyler, Pat. 2003. Koha: a gift to libraries from New Zealand. Linux Journal (203):58-60.

Fagan, Jody Condit. 2001. Transition to a unified system: using Perl to drive library databases and enhance Web site functionality. The Electronic Library 19 (3):168-179.

Fagan, Jody Condit, and Michelle Calloway. 2001. Creating an instant messaging system. Information Technology and Libraries 20 (4):202-212.

Felstead, Alison. 2004. The library systems market: a digest of current literature. Program 38 (2):88-96.

Fenton, Kyle, and Maurice York. 2005. Reserves Direct: an open source electronic reserves solution. Paper read at LITA National Forum, 30 September - 2 October, at San Jose, CA. http://www.ala.org/ala/lita/litaevents/litanationalforum2005sanjoseca/58_York.pdf.

Fereira, John, and Eric Lease Morgan. 2003. Rendering syndicated library content in an institutional portal: integrating MyLibrary into uPortal. Paper read at LITA National Forum, 3-5 October, at Norfolk, VA. http://www.ala.org/ala/lita/litaevents/litanatlforum/forumprograms/cs1-3fereira.ppt http://www.ala.org/ala/lita/litaevents/litanatlforum/forumprograms/cs1-3morgan.pdf.

Ferguson, Brent, and Diana Gill. 2003. Electronic ordering: we did it our way. Public Libraries 42 (3):150, 152.

Ferraro, Joshua. 2005. Why your library needs open source 2005 [cited 4 May 2005]. Available from http://liblime.com/c/welcome.html.

Flaherty, Brian. 2001. Powerful forces: information movers and shakers: LIANZA Conference, Rotorua, New Zealand, 19-21 September 2001. Library Hi Tech News 18 (10):8-9.

Fleck, Nancy W. 2000. Interlibrary loan - a new frontier! Library Hi Tech 18 (2):172-176.

Foley, Marianne. 2002. Instant messaging reference in an academic library: a case study. College & Research Libraries 63 (1):36-45.

Framer, Tracy. 2004. Making the most of technology: Linux as an alterhatnive solution. Arkansas Libraries 61 (3):14-15.

Franco, Adrienne. 2003. Gateways to the Internet: finding quality information on the Internet. Library Trends 52 (2):228-246.

Fraser, Michael. 2005. Review of St. Laurent, Andrew M. 2004. Understanding open source and free software licensing. Ariadne (42). http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue42/beyond-email-rpt/.

Free, Web-based library system available. 2001. Computers in Libraries 21 (8):18.

A freeware/open source library system? 2000. Biblio Tech Review (October). http://www.biblio-tech.com/BTR900/October_2000/freeware_library_system.html.

Frost, William J. 2002. The Internet Collegiate Reference Collection. Internet Reference Services Quarterly 7 (1/2):123-130.

Frumkin, Jeremy. 2002. Guest editorial: balancing the playing field. Information Technology and Libraries 21 (1):2.

Gardner, Mike, and Stephen Pinfield. 2001. Database-backed library websites: a case study of the use of PHP and MySQL at the University of Nottingham. Program 35 (1):33-42.

Geard, Jennifer. 2001. A matter of mindshare: open source software for libraries. Library Life (256):29-31.

Gelernter, Judith. 2004. The digital library edge: for research, virtual beats brick and mortar. Information Outlook 8 (8):16-18.

Ghaphery, Jimmy, and Dan Ream. 2000. VCU's My Library: librarians love it. … Users? Well, maybe. Information Technology and Libraries 19 (4):186-190.

Gibbons, Susan. 2003. Building upon the MyLibrary concept to better meet the information needs of college students. D-Lib Magazine 9 (3). http://www.dlib.org/march03/gibbons.html.

Gill, Pushpinder K. 2004. The state of open source software in North Carolina School Media Center. M.S. in L.S. research paper, School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC.

Goodrum, Abby A., Mark E. Rorvig, Ki-Tai Jeong, and Chitturi Suresh. 2001. An open source agenda for research linking text and content features. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 52 (11):948-953.

Gorman, G.E., and Lan Anh Tran. 2001. White hats for the librarians - useful hacker utilities. New Library World 102 (1162):109-110.

Gourley, Don. 2000. Opening doors with open source. Computers in Libraries 20 (9):40-43.

Grant, Tony. 1999. Minotaur: from Mac to Linux and back? Ariadne (19). http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue19/minotaur/intro.html.

Greenstein, D. 2002. Draft report of a meeting convened by the Digital Library Federation on October 5-6, 2001 in Washington DC to consider open source software for libraries, 22 October 2001 [cited 1 October 2002]. Available from http://www.diglib.org/architectures/ossreppv.htm.

Grotophorst, W., and Jeremy Frumkin. 2002. OSCR: open source and electronic reserves. In Managing electronic reserves, edited by J. Rosedale, 93-108. Chicago: American Library Association.

Hagedorn, Kat. 2003. OAIster: a "no dead ends" digital object service. Paper read at LITA National Forum, 3-5 October, at Norfolk, VA. http://www.ala.org/ala/lita/litaevents/litanatlforum/forumprograms/cs2-5hagedorn.ppt.

Hamilton, Denise. 2002. Mozilla: the tale of a monster (browser, that is). Searcher 11 (1):10, 12, 14.

Han, Yan. 2004. Digital content managment: the search for a content management system. Library Hi Tech 22 (4):355-365.

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