03 October 2007

Issue Intro: A New Day for BiblioTech

Welcome to the first Fall 2007 installment of BiblioTech. You'll notice a few things have changed around here. We moved BiblioTech to a blog format, because it provides more content versatility and will hopefully make it easier for us to publish more quality content more frequently. Plus, with the new format you can:

  • interact with the authors and each other via comments.
  • conduct keyword searches using the tool at the top of the page.
  • browse the archives using the menu to the right.
  • subscribe to BiblioTech using your favorite RSS aggregator.

We've transferred all of the features we could track down from the past issues of BiblioTech as well, and you should definitely look through some of the older issues. There are some real gems that were tucked away in the BiblioTech vault that are worth a look.

We hope you enjoy the facelift and added functionality. Now let's get down to business. This issue spotlights a number of features loosely centered around the theme of this year's Graduate Student Symposium— Change and Opportunities: Libraries in the New Millennium. Make sure you register now for the conference! You won't want to miss it.

Before we turn you loose on the new issue, we'd like to encourage you to consider contributing to the next issue of BiblioTech. We aim to have one or two more issues before the semester is over, but we can only do it with your contributions. Please get in touch if you have any questions.

Jason Kucsma, your BiblioTech editor
Fall 2007

Please Note: The default setting for comments was set to only allow registered users to post. We have opened this up to allow any reader to comment. Sorry for the inconvenience.


  1. Great content and format! If you follow links, there's enough here to keep me reading all day... Oops, got to get back to classwork!

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