Library mashups : exploring new ways to deliver library data

Format: Print Book 2009
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CLP - District Services Professional Collection Z674.75.W67 L52 2009
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Call Number  Z674.75.W67 L52 2009
What is a mashup? / Darlene Fichter
Behind the scenes : some technical details on mashups / Bonaria Biancu
Making your data available to be mashed up / Ross Singer
Mashing up with librarian knowledge / Thomas Brevik
Information in context / Brian Herzog
Mashing up the library website / Lichen Rancourt
Piping out library data / Nicole C. Engard
Mashups @ Libraries interact / Corey Wallis
Library catalog mashup : using Blacklight to expose collections / Bess Sadler, Joseph Gilbert, and Matt Mitchell
Breaking into the OPAC / Tim Spalding
Mashing up open data with Web services / Joshua Ferraro
SOPAC 2.0 : the thrashable, mashable catalog / John Blyberg
Mashups with the WorldCat Affiliate Services / Karen A. Coombs
Flickr and digital image collections / Mark Dahl and Jeremy McWilliams and digital video collections in the library / Jason A. Clark
Where's the nearest computer lab? : mapping up campus / Derik A. Badman
The repository mashup map / Stuart Lewis
The LibraryThing API and libraries / Robin Hastings
ZACK bookmaps / Wolfram Schneider
Federated database search mashup / Stephen Hedges, Laura Solomon, and Karl Jendretzky
Electronic dissertation mashups using SRU / Michael C. Witt.

Published Reviews
Booklist Review: "Editor Engard assembles 21 articles from 25 international contributors to focus on mashups within the library environment. Readers with little knowledge of mashups will find chapters such as What Is a Mashup? and Behind the Scenes: Some Technical Details on Mashups especially helpful. Other portions of this book cover topics such as mashups in library Web sites, mashups of catalog data, and mashups and media (e.g., photos). Technical details should not overwhelm non-techies. Plenty of screenshots aid in comprehension, although a few seem too small to read easily. One strength of this title is the emphasis on experiences in actual libraries, for example, mashup integration at the Manchester City (NH) Library. One weakness is that little attention is given to mashup accessibility for people with disabilities. A timely and useful resource for those keen on this fairly new technology.--Fadel, Stephen Copyright 2010 Booklist"
From Booklist, Copyright (c) American Library Association. Used with permission.
Additional Information
Subjects Mashups (World Wide Web) -- Library applications.
Libraries and the Internet.
Library Web sites -- Design.
Web site development.
Publisher Medford, N.J. :Information Today, Inc.,2009
Contributors Engard, Nicole C., 1979-
Language English
Description xvii, 334 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 9781573873727 (pbk.)
1573873721 (pbk.)
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