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|Title: ||MetaGoogle! Using MetaLib to deliver user-centered information|
|Authors: ||Parry, Frank|
|Issue Date: ||30-Aug-2006|
|Abstract: ||The term ‘MetaGoogle’ is used to represent the coming together of two information sources commonly used at Loughborough University. A little wishful thinking, perhaps, as Google is almost certainly the big brother in the
relationship between MetaLib, Loughborough’s information portal, and Google.
MetaLib was purchased at the same time as the new library management system, both products of the Ex Libris group. MetaLib did not ring any bells among the library staff – it was, after all, a very new system and Loughborough was an early adopter. It was, however, going to herald quite a few changes in the years ahead.|
|Description: ||This article was published in the journal ALISS quarterly, 2006, 2 (1), pp. 38-40 [© ALISS]. URL: http://www.alissnet.org.uk/|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles (Library)|
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