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OPLIN and Google Co-Op

From Joel Husenits comes word of OPLIN's use of Google Co-Op:

The Ohio Public Library Information Network (OPLIN) is using Google Co-op to power a search engine that searches all 251 Ohio public library websites. You can check it out at www.oplin.org/fal (we folded it into our existing "Find an Ohio Library" site). We thought other states and/or library systems might be interested in examples of localized custom search tools.

Very cool and, yes, I'm sure many libraries will be quite interested!