Talk:Libraries Using IM Reference

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* For Southern Illinois State University (Illinois), they use something called Morris Messenger. It sounds like this might be a browser based chat service. Can anybody confirm this? Should it be included in IM ref? [[User:Crios|Crios]]
 
* For Southern Illinois State University (Illinois), they use something called Morris Messenger. It sounds like this might be a browser based chat service. Can anybody confirm this? Should it be included in IM ref? [[User:Crios|Crios]]
 
**It looks like their library is called Morris and they are just using IM. [[User:Meredith|Meredith]] 08:59, 4 December 2006 (EST)
 
**It looks like their library is called Morris and they are just using IM. [[User:Meredith|Meredith]] 08:59, 4 December 2006 (EST)
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***I called them and I was told that it was browser based chat (like questionpoint). Should this be included in IM Reference?

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I created this page to better organize the list of libraries that use IM reference. It is quite a long list and seems to be growing. Crios

Nice work! I'm glad someone took the initiative to better organize it. I wish I'd had the time to do it myself. Meredith 15:04, 3 December 2006 (EST)

  • For Southern Illinois State University (Illinois), they use something called Morris Messenger. It sounds like this might be a browser based chat service. Can anybody confirm this? Should it be included in IM ref? Crios
    • It looks like their library is called Morris and they are just using IM. Meredith 08:59, 4 December 2006 (EST)
      • I called them and I was told that it was browser based chat (like questionpoint). Should this be included in IM Reference?
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