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The previous issue of VINE carried an article on the London Borough of Brent's experiences with URICA however, it intentionally focussed as much on the performance of the supplier in delivering and installing the system satisfactorily as on the performance of the system itself. This next account...
Introduction For the past two years we have been considering how best to revise British Library BL policies on the distribution of our MARC databases. The existing policy is one of close control based on the sale of records by BLAISE and a very limited number of other professional agencies, and...
Introduction This account breaks with normal VINE practice in that it combines both general product description with an account of an installation. Though the Geac Acquistions Module is not a newcomer to the library market place Somerset has been using it for more than a year now, it has not yet...
The new Online Public Access Catalogue OPAC from BLCMP was installed in our main library at Perry Barr in April 1985, and has been in use throughout the summer term. As Birmingham Polytechnic already uses BLCMP online systems for cataloguing, acquisitions and ordering, as well as for circulation...
OCLC Europe has recently introduced serials control to its local systems range. This module, SC350, runs on the M300 workstation and is available in stand alone mode or as a complement to the minicomputerbased LS2000 system. While it is the same version of SC350 that works in either mode, it is...
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