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Drupal and Libraries

Elizabeth A. Kroski

Title:
Drupal and Libraries
Author(s):
Kroski, Elizabeth A.
Date:
Type:
Articles
Department:
Barnard Library and Academic Information Services
Volume:
13
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Book/Journal Title:
CyberSkeptic's Guide to Internet Research
Abstract:
Today's hottest Web destinations are sites which incorporate social features and functionality. They draw in readers by giving them the option to become writers as well; to contribute, to interact, to share, and to create. This article discusses the free, open-source, content management system called Drupal which enables the development of just such social websites, and how it's being used by libraries.
Subject(s):
Library science
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