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The Minnesota State University System's Project for Automated Library Systems MSUSPALS is a fully integrated library system that serves over 150,000 patrons on a network of 53 state university, community college, private college, and state agency libraries throughout Minnesota.
In September 1990, the U.S. Department of Education's Library Technology and Cooperation Grants Program awarded a threeyear grant to the Florida Center for Library Automation FCLA, an agency of the Florida State University System, to develop software adhering to the ANSI Z39.50 Information...
The Georgetown University Medical Center Library was awarded a U.S. Department of Education grant in collaboration with the Physiology Department of the Medical School to create an electronic textbook. The purpose of the project is to enhance learning and visualization by developing a prototype...
The ILSA prototype was developed using an objectoriented multimedia user interface on six NeXT workstations with two databases the first with 100,000 MARC records and the second with 20,000 additional records enhanced with table of contents data. The items are grouped into subject clusters...
Library users continue to experience difficulty in using the online catalog, particularly in the area of subject access. This project describes a test of a new design for subject access to online catalogs. The new design requires a wide range of subject searching capabilities and search trees to...
Libraries and the information community have moved rapidly into an era of powerful networked scholarly workstations, large quantities of information accessible in electronic formats, and dispersed information sources connected to regional and national networks. This rich diversity poses new...
The University of Minnesota Libraries have established a fullservice information center to facilitate enduser access to machinereadable datafiles, particularly U.S. government datafiles such as the Census. The Machine Readable Data Center MRDC, funded through a threeyear, 240,000 grant from the...
Most computer users need graphics once in a while, even textoriented people like the author. While there have always been many different tools for manipulating and creating graphics on DOS computers and better ones for Macs, Windows has made such tools more common, less expensive, easier to use,...
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