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LMS Business case
MOOCS and Public libraries
National catalogue & digital infrastructure
National digital library
-- Review of Public Libraries
Social media Web 2.0
Unstaffed 'Open Libraries'
LOCAL GOVERNMENT LIBRARY TECHNOLOGY (PUBLIC LIBRARIES)
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overview of the public library systems market
A-Z list of all UK public library authorities with the systems used
Examples of how local authorities justify replacing their existing LMS
Shared services, open source, ebooks, social media/Web 2.0, 'modernisation of public libraries', RFID..and more....
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