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- From: "Sloan, Bernie" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2004 20:32:51 EST
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The following article from the October 1 issue of Library Journal might be a good place to start: http://tinyurl.com/pb3j Also, the Illinois Library Computer Systems Organization (ILCSO) has an RFP out looking for various digital library software products (including metasearch engines). For some more details, see: http://office.ilcso.illinois.edu/Reports/dlpc/040212_rept.html ILCSO has 65 members, mostly Illinois academic libraries. Bernie Sloan -----Original Message----- From: Joseph J. Esposito [mailto:email@example.com] Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2004 5:13 PM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Help!!!!!! Can someone point me to a summary of the activities at research libraries to create meta-search engines? I am interested in learning how extensive this activity is, whether the development is being done by the institutions themselves or by integrating third-party search tools, where this puts Google (and the forthcoming Longhorn) in the scheme of things, and what were the libraries' motivation to get involved with this undertaking (which I imagine to be non-trivial, as the Valley geeks say). Thank you for your help. Joe Esposito
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