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Places present day UK culture and society in a postmodern context and considers their impact on libraries and cataloguing, concentrating specifically on the concepts of globalization and the death of tradition. Moves on to discuss how libraries can continue to provide high quality, structured...
Presents a discussion on the importance of management information systems in management. It explains the role of information, as an essential tool for managers in planning and decision making. It describes MIS as a well co‐ordinated information system, a database that is to provide management...
Surveys the status of cataloguing practice in university libraries in three Asian developing countries, Pakistan, Malaysia, and Saudi Arabia. Examines the extent of the usage of international cataloguing tools like cataloguing codes (AACR, ISBD), classification schemes (DDC, LC) and subject...
Posits that in library cataloguing and for optimal functionality of bibiliographic records, the indexing of fields and subfields should follow a uniform approach. This would maintain effectiveness in searching, retrieval and display of bibliographic information both within systems and between...
Laments the abscence of a National Information Policy (NIP) in Nigeria. Highlights the relevance and possible impact of an NIP in the areas of acquisition/resource sharing and the packaging/repackaging and organization of documents and other library materials. Commends the registration of the...
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