Drupal and Libraries

Kroski, Elizabeth A.

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.



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Barnard Library and Academic Information Services
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August 17, 2011