We have some more publication information available for the book.
Coming in September 2009 — ISBN 978-1-57387-372-7
As web users become more savvy and demanding, libraries are looking for new ways to allow patron participation and keep their websites dynamically and collaboratively up-to-date. Mashups—web applications that combine freely available data from various sources to create something new—can be one very powerful way to meet patrons’ expectations and provide exemplary web-based service.
In Library Mashups, Nicole C. Engard and 25 contributors from all over the world walk readers through definitions, summaries, and practical uses of mashups in libraries. Examples range from ways to allow those without programming skills to make simple website updates, to modifying the library OPAC, to using popular sites like Flickr, Yahoo!, LibraryThing, Google Maps, and Delicious to share and combine digital content. This essential guide is required reading for all libraries and librarians seeking a dynamic, interactive web presence.
This is the official ISBN and catalog copy for the book. Keep an eye here for updates on information – lots should be happening over the next few months. Also, the official book signing will be at the Internet Librarian conference in Monterey, CA in October. I hope to see you all there!!