Katalogerweiterungen, Mashups und Elemente der "Bibliothek 2.0" in der Praxis

Hahn, Ulrich; Schulze, Matthias
January 2009
Bibliotheksdienst;jan2009, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p20
Trade Publication
This article discusses the library cataloging software BibMap, which serves as a navigation and control system at the Helmut-Schmidt Universität Library in Hamburg, Germany. The software utilizes mashups, which allow users to view book covers, Google book search offerings, or recommended readings compiled by the software BibTip. The article offers instructions for how to utilize various aspects of the software as well as information about future plans for improvements to the catalog.


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