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Boost C++ Libraries
Boost Libraries are a series of peer-reviewed, open source libraries that are intended to extend the usefulness of Boost C++ software. Boost++ users can find support on the Boost Users mailing list.
Smithsonian Institution Libraries
The Smithsonian Institution Libraries, founded in 1846, is a system of of 20 branch libraries and a central support services that includes a Book Conservation Laboratory and an Imaging Center.
University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries
The website provides access to the resources of the University library. Users can search the catalog (MadCat), search for articles, find ejournals, subject guides, and much more. Non-University members must log-on to the online databases and journals.
Library Guide
Browse this library guide and directory to learn about public libraries and institutional libraries in the United States of America. All directory listings include contact information, category tags, and website links.
NetLibrary is a division of the OCLC (the Online Computer Library Center). NetLibrary provides libraries and publishers with an e-platform on which to support ebooks, eAudiobooks, and other types of e-content.
Serials Solutions
This website describes a program developed by ProQuest for helping libraries manage their ever-changing electronic collections.
Library Furniture
In addition to traditional bookshelves, tables and chairs, libraries of today must incorporate furniture that allows for computers and other electronic media.
OCLC: Online Computer Library Center
OCLC, located Dublin, Ohio, was founded as a cooperative library consortium. It is a non-profit, membership, computer library service and research organization. There are more than 57,000 member libraries in 112 countries.
Internet Public Library
IPL was founded in 1995 at the University of Michigan School of Information and Library Studies. It is now run by a consortium managed by Drexel University.
National Library of Medicine
The NLM is the world's largest medical library. It collects materials on all areas of biomedicine and health care. The collection has 9 million items including books, journals, manuscripts, and more.
WWW Virtual Library
The Virtual Library is the oldest catalogue on the web, created in 1991 by Tim Berners-Lee, the creator of HTML. The links pages that exist on hundreds of different servers around the world. The Library is arranged by subject.
Founded in 1998 in Great Britain, Ingenta now also has offices in the U.S. IngentaConnect is a collection of over 30,000 publications including more than 10,000 available online.
Google Book Search
On this site the user can search any title to find out more information about a book and how to obtain it.
University of Cambridge
The University of Cambridge, located in Cambridge, England will be celebrating its 800th birthday in 2009. The school has approximately 18,000 students, both undergraduate and graduate.
International Center for Scientific Research
Located in France, CIRS is an international scientific organization created in 1998 to promote all aspects of science and scientific research.
CSA recently joined with ProQuest, both worldwide information companies, to publish, in print and online, 100 full-text databases and journals in the natural sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities, and technology.
Ex Libris
Ex Libris, which began in 1980, is a pioneer in the field of integrated software solutions for libraries and information centers. Its product line is available in 20 languages and there are support branches in 25 countries.
Oxford University
Oxford University is, with Cambridge, one of the most prestigious Universities in Great Britain. There are approximately 18,000 students in residence. The exact date of its founding is unknown but there was some education taking place there in 1096.

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