A big thanks to everyone who responded to my question about A to Z lists - now 
I have lots of stuff to try!

Michele DeSilva
Central Oregon Community College Library
Emerging Technologies Librarian
541-383-7565
mdesi...@cocc.edu


-----Original Message-----
From: Code for Libraries [mailto:CODE4LIB@listserv.nd.edu] On Behalf Of 
Riley-Huff, Debra
Sent: Sunday, February 20, 2011 9:38 PM
To: CODE4LIB@listserv.nd.edu
Subject: Re: [CODE4LIB] A to Z lists

We built our A-Z list, Databases by Subject and Database Trials sets in
Drupal. It has worked out really well for us and we also have those lists
populate our subject guides through taxonomy.

http://apollo.lib.olemiss.edu/guides/glossary/dbases-az

If you are interested in how we built any of this let me know.

Debra

On Wed, Feb 16, 2011 at 3:18 PM, Michele DeSilva <mdesi...@cocc.edu> wrote:

> Hi Code4Lib-ers,
>
> I want to chime in and say that I, too, enjoyed the streaming archive from
> the conference.
>
> I also have a question: my library has a horribly antiquated A to Z list of
> databases and online resources (it's based in Access). We'd like to do
> something that looks more modern and is far more user friendly. I found a
> great article in the Code4Lib journal (issue 12, by Danielle Rosenthal &
> Mario Bernado) about building a searchable A to Z list using Drupal. I'm
> also wondering what other institutions have done as far as in-house
> solutions. I know there're products we could buy, but, like everyone else,
> we don't have much money at the moment.
>
> Thanks for any info or advice!
>
> Michele DeSilva
> Central Oregon Community College Library
> Emerging Technologies Librarian
> 541-383-7565
> mdesi...@cocc.edu
>



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Debra Riley-Huff
Web Services Librarian
Assistant Professor
JD Williams Library
University of Mississippi
University, MS 38677
662-915-7353
riley...@olemiss.edu

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