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The experimental online catalogue Okapi has been running at one of the Polytechnic of Central London's PCL library sites for the last eighteen months. The work of this British Library project has been reported previously in VINE and the report itself which recorded the development of Okapi and...
Just under a year ago Oxford University embarked upon the first pilot phase of a highly ambitious evolutionary plan towards extensive automation of the University's many libraries. All sizes and types of library are included Bodleian, Faculty Departmental and College. This article looks at the...
Introduction Electronic mail, in the broadest sense is not by any means a new technology. From the earliest days of telegraph back in the 19th centuary electronic media have been used to transmit textual information between distant points of the globe. Today the humble but ubiquitous telex...
As the number of libraries implementing acquisitions as part of their turnkey integrated systems increases so is there more demand and need for bibliographic data to be available at time of ordering. Many organisations are in fact keen to have access to data even at the preorder stage to aid...
ELAN Educational Local Area Network is the local area network of IBM PC's installed in the Department of Information Science Strathclyde Business School. Essentially it has a dual role a as part of the administration and management of the Department and b as a working example of electronic...
The following two systems' accounts represent the first in what is hoped will be a series of some dozen product descriptions produced by the Library Technology Centre. Both offer library housekeeping facilities on a microcomputer though Ocelot is a singleuser system aimed primarily at the small...
Newcastle University Library NUL has recently commissioned a microcomputer controlled admissions monitoring system ADMIS from MARI Advanced Microelectronics Ltd. Newcastle upon Tyne.
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