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The article covers the five-year history of the implementation of Z39.50-type products in Russia. All existing projects are mentioned in the order of their development. Since the authors are from RUSLANet, that project is described in greater detail. The architecture of a distributed library...
Libraries are changing their modes of information delivery at a very fast rate. This article describes how the University of Botswana Library has taken advantage of the new technologies to enhance its service to its patrons. The university local network is used to bring library electronic...
Libraries in the university environment in Eastern and Southern Africa are making efforts to join and participate effectively in the information revolution. However, these efforts continue to be hampered by many problems both internal and external. This paper reviews information technology (IT)...
Building a Web-based e-library may be the most important thing a library ever does. An important role for librarians in all types of libraries is the planning and/or building of Web-based e-libraries. Offers a practical discussion of developing and implementing a collection plan for building...
The eventual adaptation of archives to new technological possibilities could begin with the creation of digital versions of archival finding aids, which would allow the international diffusion of descriptive information. The Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML), document type definition...
Texas A&M University Libraries developed a Web‐based training (WBT) application for LandView III, a federal depository CD‐ROM publication using cross‐browser dynamic HTML (DHTML) and other Web technologies. The interactive and self‐paced tutorial demonstrates the major features of the CD‐ROM and...
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