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December 2010

BIB - Greasemonkey Script - Amazon , Google Books , Wikipedia : Exemple d'améloration du Catalogue en ligne d'une Bibliothèque - San Francisco Bay Area Libraries - Books lookup on all sites for Greasemonkey

Display the availability of books in San Francisco Bay Area libraries on all sites Version: 3.8 TWEAK NOTE: - Various options and supported libraries can be configured by Greasemonkey's menu. - Added real algorithmic validation for ISBN-10 and ISBN-13Bumped up zIndex - Fixed oversight when partial results weren't return in case of error - Google books works better now - Added additional pattern to match on page - Fixed Alternate ISBN lookup for ISBN-13Lookup alternate ISBNs via xISBN web service - Link individual librarys on book page - Added toggle menu - Added Mending status

August 2009

OpenStreetMap : Une carte géographique libre

Demandez à des passants de citer une encyclopédie libre à laquelle chacun peut contribuer, beaucoup vous répondrons « Wikipédia ». Maintenant demandez de citer une carte géographique, libre, et à laquelle chacun peut contribuer, certains vous répondrons OpenStreetMap, OSM pour d’autres.

Using Wikipedia to Extend Digital Collections

Web 2.0 technologies offer librarians a great opportunity to enhance the authority of resources that students use on a daily basis, and to push their knowledge and expertise beyond the traditional boundaries of the library. We now consider Wikipedia an essential tool for getting our digital collections out to our users at the point of their information need. We view this as a very low cost way to enhance access to our collections, as well as an effective way to participate in the creation of resources that are used by millions around the world. We will continue to explore how we can take advantage of the opportunities that Web 2.0 technologies offer us when marketing our digital and physical collections.