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OCLC has issued its 199293 annual report, the twentysixth for the nonprofit organization.
Discusses the use of Apple Macintosh computers with OCLC onlinelibrary systems. Illustrates in detail a method of bypassing the IBXphone system that links each workstation to the modem pool andinstalling Apple Engineering Library Software that is compatible withOCLC.
Carol Tenopir is a professor at the School of Library and Information Studies, University of Hawaii. She has a BA in EnglishHistory from Whittier College in California, an MS in Library Science from California State University, and a Ph.D. from the University of Illinois in Library and...
This month's column concerning interlibrary services in the OCLC universe begins with a surfing trip through the Internet where you may learn to capture wild, unsuspecting documents
Reviews a project undertakn at the University of Oregon involvingexporting uniform title authority records to disk. Shows that a backlog,be it of books, maps, or authority records, need not always be anegative and can in fact provide further opportunities for learning.Suggests a means of...
Details how one interlibrary loan department is utilizing OCLC tocope with an increasing workload. Demonstrates how OCLC has consistentlyupgraded hardware and software to meet changing user needs and howchanges in interlibrary lending ILL procedure using OCLC benefit staffand patrons. Looks in...
Reports on the incorporation of OCLC into campus TCPIP network atthe Oregon Health Sciences University Library. Shows cataloguing,acquisitions, and interlibrary loan staffs use of PASSPORT software.Compares the incorporation process with that performed by otherlibraries. Examines the increased...
Discusses how one library uses PASSPORTs INTI4 session with CrossConnect modem sharing software on a Novell 3.11 local area networkLAN, allowing four shared OCLC dedicated lines to do the work of six,and thus making it possible to achieve cost savings. Outlines theinstallation of this system for...
The OCLC Users Council met on October 1012, 1993, in Dublin, Ohio, as the first meeting of the new fiscal year. The Bibliographic Commons and Beyond Electronic Publishing and Knowledge Management is the theme for the 199394 Users Council. Preserving the Bibliographic Commons was the focus of the...
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