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Beiser, Karl – Wilson Library Bulletin, 1988
Reviews five CD-ROM catalogs: (1) Auto-Graphics Impact; (2) Brodart LePac; (3) GRC LaserGuide; (4) Library Corporation Intelligent Catalog; and (5) MARCIVE Pac. General guidelines for selecting a CD-ROM catalog are discussed, and vendor addresses and telephone numbers are listed. (MES)
Descriptors: Computer Software, Library Automation, Microcomputers, Online Catalogs
Williams, Gene – Wilson Library Bulletin, 1986
Describes how to identify microcomputer problems and determine whether the services of a technician are required by troubleshooting, or using a process of elimination, without needing a technical background or special tools. Prevention methods and the use of diagnostic programs are also explained. (EM)
Descriptors: Computer Software, Equipment Maintenance, Microcomputers, Prevention
Holloway, Mary – Wilson Library Bulletin, 1990
Describes the implementation of CD-ROM catalogs in two secondary school media centers. Hardware, software, and network details are presented. Database building is discussed, and factors to be considered in retrospective conversion are listed. Guidelines for student and faculty training are offered. (MES)
Descriptors: Computer Software, Learning Resources Centers, Library Automation, Microcomputers
Phenix, Katharine; And Others – Wilson Library Bulletin, 1990
Five articles discuss information technology in libraries: (1) "Software for Libraries" (Katharine Phenix); (2) "Online Update: European Online Services" (Martin Kesselman); (3) "Connect Time: Online Pricing Breakthroughs" (Barbara Quint); (4) "Microcomputing: Micro Biology Computer Viruses" (James LaRue);…
Descriptors: Computer Software, Foreign Countries, Information Technology, Library Automation
Nelson, Nancy; And Others – Wilson Library Bulletin, 1988
Following an introduction to this special issue on library workstations, six articles discuss: (1) characteristics of workstation technology; (2) what is available in the library workstation marketplace; (3) potential of the Macintosh in the library workstation market; (4) local area networks; (5) networking on campus; and (6) assembling your own…
Descriptors: Academic Libraries, Bibliographic Utilities, Computer Software, Futures (of Society)