[Web4lib] RE: library automation vendors

d.fleishman at att.net d.fleishman at att.net
Wed Jul 20 16:33:16 EDT 2005

Actually, Searcher is indexed in several databases that most libraries should have access to:

from 01/01/1998 to present in ProQuest Research Library 
from 05/01/1993 to present in Expanded Academic ASAP 
from 07/01/1996 to present in Academic Search Premier and MasterFILE Premier 

As librarians, shouldn't we be using our licensed databases rather than attempting to find everything on the web?

Dorothy Fleishman
Reference Librarian
Paramus Public Library
d.fleishman at att.net

-------------- Original message from Lars Aronsson <lars at aronsson.se>: -------------- 

> Matthew J. Dovey wrote: 
> > I had to delve into the Internet Archive to find it - but it might be 
> > that Steve Coffman's then controversial article of 1999 might be 
> > beginning to become reality: 
> > 
> > 
> http://web.archive.org/web/20001214191900/http://www.infotoday.com/searcher/mar9 
> 9/coffman.htm 
> Thanks for bringing the link up. It is sad (and ironic?) that the 
> article can no longer be FOUND on the website of SEARCHER 
> Magazine, and we are lucky to have the Internet Archive. 

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