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* A multi-lingual collection is very costly and at best could contain a handful of languages.
 
* A multi-lingual collection is very costly and at best could contain a handful of languages.
 
* Multi-lingual computer access is a much more reasonable objective for libraries, especially given that there are computing solutions for libraries that include [http://userful.com/products/library-ds-feature-multilingual full support for multiple languages] out of the box.
 
* Multi-lingual computer access is a much more reasonable objective for libraries, especially given that there are computing solutions for libraries that include [http://userful.com/products/library-ds-feature-multilingual full support for multiple languages] out of the box.
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Revision as of 11:50, 20 May 2006

Quick wins in terms of supporting multi-lingual access in the library:

  • A multi-lingual collection is very costly and at best could contain a handful of languages.
  • Multi-lingual computer access is a much more reasonable objective for libraries, especially given that there are computing solutions for libraries that include full support for multiple languages out of the box.