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In this article we review the development of Integrated Library Management Systems, and look at some broad trends in their development. More and more core functions and special features have been integrated into library systems, and there has been a move towards industry standard databases,...
The article reviews the INNOPAC system at Hull, describing various features of the modules used there with general information on system administration and performance. The current and future development of INNOPAC Millennium is also noted.
A review of Birmingham Public Libraries' installation of DS Galaxy 2000.
Central School of Speech and Drama is an HEFCE funded specialist theatre college in north London. The move to a new library in the summer of 1997 gave us the space and the network to upgrade from our old CAIRS system. The article describes how we chose Inheritance Systems Heritage IV and some of...
The Royal Blind Society of New South Wales is a registered charity serving the needs of blind and vision impaired people throughout Australia. As a library for the blind RBS Library has very special system requirements, e.g. provision for customer profiling, and has distinctive procedures e.g....
The article starts by describing the procurement process for a Library Management System at Kings College, London. The library chose Aleph 500 version 11.4, the system and the implementation process at KCL are described.
The National eletronic Library for Health NeLH is to write a new knowledge service for patients and clinicians. This article describes the background to NeLH in Information for Health and outlines the aims, benefits and architecture of the proposed service. It identifies the challenge to Health...
Libraries and other public access points need technologies to enable people to effectively find information, communicate with it and conduct transactions particularly on a local level as well as create ways to generate new revenues to offset the costs of serving the public electronically. In the...
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