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ERIC Number: ED021583
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 154
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Automation in Libraries; Papers Presented at the C.A.C.U.L. Workshop on Library Automation (University of British Columbia, Vancouver, April 10-12, 1967).
Canadian Association of College and University Libraries, Ottawa (Ontario).
Contents: (1) Session on Acquisitions, "Acquisitions--Policies, Procedures, and Problems" by Louis Vagianos, with a supplement "Brown University Library Fund Accounting System" by Robert Wedgeworth, "Simon Fraser's Automated Acquisitions System" by T.C. Dobb, and "Automated Acquisition at University of Western Ontario" by John F. Macpherson, (2) Session on Serials, "Serials Systems" by R.W. MacDonald, "Automation of Serials at he Canadian National Railways" by Helene Dechief, and "Progress in the Automation of Serials at the National Science Library" by Eric Clyde, (3) Session on Circulation, "Circulation Control Systems" by J. Emery Kanasy, "Circulation Control Systems" by Jack Billington, and "Circulation Control in the U.B.C. (University of British Columbia) Library" by Robert Harris, (4) Session on Cataloguing, "Information Retrieval and the Library" by Anthony F Hall, "Library Catalogue Production at Laval University" by Guy Forget, and "Implications of Technology on Library processes--the Catalog" by Ralph M. Shoffner, and (5) Session on Management, "Management Implications of Mechanization" by William J. Kurmey, "Automation in a University Library from the Administrator's Viewpoint" by Basil Stuart-Stubbs, and "Library Automation--A Primer on Some of the Implications" by William Watson. (CM)
Canadian Library Association, 63 Sparks Street, Ottawa 4, Canada ($3.00).
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Authoring Institution: Canadian Association of College and University Libraries, Ottawa (Ontario).
Identifiers: Canada
Note: Appended is the questionnaire on computer applications planned or in use in Canada and the results of the survey using it.