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Release 5, the latest release of the UNICORN Collection Management System from SIRSI Ltd., has brought many improvements to the way the UNICORN OPAC functions. The software is now more userfriendly, with a menu of onscreen options such as GOBACK, STARTOVER and PRINT always available at the touch...
Downsizing is the concept of utilising low cost equipment often IBM PCs or compatibles for applications that previously required relatively large and expensive computers. At Lancaster University Library, we have, over the last few years, developed an integrated library system that has been...
Developed initially for the University of Essex Library, where it has been in operation since Easter, 1990, TERALIB is a modular library housekeeping system based on Release 6 of the relational database system INGRES. TERALIB has been designed for use by people who may have no computer or...
In 1988, VINE reported on developments at the Polytechnic of Central London PCL which made CDROM available on the Polytechnic's wide area network WAN to all terminals and to PCs emulating dumb terminals. This was the first stage in the Polytechnic's networking plans and provided multiuser access...
During 1989, the Corporation of London Libraries embarked on an ambitious automation project. Although the project was initially called the Guildhall Automation Project GAP for short, the project went wider than Guildhall Library, eventually encompassing all the libraries in the Corporation of...
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