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Consider the four-legged stool as you plan for information technology

Computers in libraries [April 2000]


Abstract: When you''re trying to plan for something as unpredictable as information technology, it''s hard to balance the different facets of your library. This article will help you to keep everything in perspective.

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Publication Year:2000
Type of Material:Article
Language English
Published in: Computers in libraries
Publication Info:Volume 20 Number 04
Issue:April 2000
Publisher:Information Today
Place of Publication:Medford, NJ
Notes:Issue Theme: Planning for Your Upcoming Tecnological Needs~Jan A. Baltzer is a senior partner at Baltzer-Sutton Associates, a company committed to assisting higher-education institutions and organizations to identify, develop, and implement value-added technology management and learning solutions. In her current position, she regularly works with both public and college/university libraries to assist with their technology strategic planning. Previously, she was vice president for information services and chief information officer of the Apollo Group, Inc. in Phoenix, Arizona (parent company of the University of Phoenix and Western International University). She developed and presented the LAMA Institute of the Year for 1999: Libraries in the Digital Age. Baltzer holds a B.S. and an M.A. in communications from Arizona State University. Her e-mail address is
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Subject: Technology planning
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