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By Nicole Engard


Content mashups aren't just for audio and video; they can be an invaluable way for libraries to bring together related content in a way that opens up new paths to knowledge. Nicole Engard provides a useful tutorial on DIY mashups for librarians, using Yahoo!Pipes.

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Nicole C. Engard, MLIS, is the Director of Open Source Education at ByWater Solutions. Nicole has been published in several library journals and keeps librarians up-to-date on web technologies via her website "What I Learned Today...". She is also the editor of "Library Mashups," a book published by Information Today. Contact Nicole at

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