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Lopata, Cynthia L. – 1995
An automated library system usually consists of a number of functional modules, such as acquisitions, circulation, cataloging, serials, and an online public access catalog (OPAC). An "integrated" library system is an automated system in which all of the function modules share a common bibliographic database. There are several ways the…
Descriptors: Access to Information, Bibliographic Databases, Database Management Systems, Futures (of Society)
Feldman, Sari; Strobel, Tracy – 2002
This digest discusses the development of World Wide Web-based services for libraries and provides examples from the Cleveland Public Library (CPL). The first section highlights the importance of developing such services, steps to be followed for a successful project, and the importance of having the goal of replicating and enhancing traditional…
Descriptors: Access to Information, Adolescent Literature, Electronic Libraries, Homework
McLaughlin, Pamela – 1984
This information digest discusses current issues in the management of software collections and outlines several possible options for the cataloging and processing of microcomputer software and courseware. A statement of the problem indicates that treatment of microcomputer software is highly dependent on the type of library, size of the…
Descriptors: Bibliographies, Cataloging, Computer Software, Databases