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ERIC Number: ED247933
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1984
Pages: 250
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
ISBN: ISBN-0-908478-06-2
Information Management. VALA National Conference on Library Automation Proceedings (2nd, Melbourne, Australia, November 28-December 1, 1983). Volume 1.
Cheney, B. J., Ed.
The first of two volumes of a conference proceedings, this document contains the welcome, the opening, the keynote addresses, and the invited papers, as well as a submitted paper by John Gillam which was not available for publication in the pre-prints (Volume 2) prior to the conference. Three addresses are not included in these proceedings and three papers are edited transcripts of the tapes. The 17 papers include: M. Beckman, "Management of Information Systems in a Network Environment"; M. Wigan, "Electronic Publishing and Technical Communications: A User's View"; T. Mays, "Public Access Catalogues"; P. Judge, "Public Sector/Private Sector Interaction in Australian Information Policy"; J. Davidson, "Australian Telecommunication Services"; R. Allen, "Public Information Systems in Australia"; I. Reinecke, "Unbottling the Genie"; M. Findlay, "Constructing National Databases--A Centralized Operation"; B. Forbes, "The STREAMLINE Perspective"; J. Gillam, "Developing the Satellite Options for Libraries"; K. Ziebell, "Customer Guidelines in the Choice of Telecom Data Products"; H. Russell and M. Irvine, "Development of Regional Information Systems"; I. McCallum, "New Products and Appropriate Technology"; K. Alder, "School Libraries and Computers"; E. Morrison, "Technology, Librarianship and Information Management"; M. Beckman, "On-line Catalogue Development: The Guelph Experience"; and G. Jackson, "CSIRO/VALA Technical Workshop on Microcomputer-Based Information Retrieval Packages." (DMC)
Victorian Association for Library Automation, GPO Box 2342V, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 3001 ($25.00 per 2 volume set, ISBN-0-908478-05-4).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Opinion Papers; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Media Staff; Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Victorian Association for Library Automation, Melbourne (Australia).
Identifiers: Australia; Bibliographic Data Bases; Electronic Publishing; Information Management; Information Policy; Online Catalogs; Private Sector; Public Sector
Note: For Volume II, see IR 050 811.