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Web-based Catalogs

Many automated library systems are developing catalog versions that are accessed anywhere connected to the Internet. Some of these systems offer the ability to incorporate other databases into the the online catalog. Others offer links to Web sites right in the online catalog for an additional fee. Examples include:

Follett's WebCollection Plus For a local example, see Kettle Moraine Middle School.   The newest development is an all-in-one search engine like Follet's One Search in its Find-It-All Collection that allows the user to search the library's catalog, selected websites, and databases the library licenses all at once.  

GEAC's Vubis

Horizon's Information Portal (formerly Ameritech's Dynix)

Sagebush's Spectrum Web Catalog and Athena Webserver and Weblink

SIRSI's Web2

The Librarian's Online Warehouse has contact information for additional vendors.

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