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Surveys the status of cataloguing practice in university libraries in three Asian developing countries, Pakistan, Malaysia, and Saudi Arabia. Examines the extent of the usage of international cataloguing tools like cataloguing codes (AACR, ISBD), classifica‐tion schemes (DDC, LC) and subject...
Describes the advantages of CD‐ROM networking. Discusses the different net‐working models available for deploying networked CD‐ROM services. States the set of specifications selected to implement the networked CD‐ROM services in Tata Energy Research Institute and the approach taken to...
It is now recognized that libraries not only need to work smarter and more efficiently for the benefit of an identified clientele, but also need to be innovative in the way services are provided to make the best possible use of resources: human, material, technical and financial. Traditional...
The surge of interest in the World Wide Web (WWW), with its potential commercial payoff, has resulted in an explosion of information as organizations join in the fray to publish and do business on the Internet. In addition, Intranet, the private corporate WWW‐based network, has also emerged to...
Examines the balance between privacy and law enforcement and initiatives from central governments to retain control. Describes the computer security tools available and discusses the main threats to IT infrastructures.
Explains that public libraries with well‐established library systems have flourished in Taiwan during the past four decades owing to economic prosperity. Points out that despite this, less than one‐tenth of the population in the community served by these libraries have registered as library...
Discusses the issues associated with managing information technology (IT) infrastructure in large organizations. Presents a definition of IT infrastructure. Uses the hands‐on experiences of an IT practitioner to present lessons learned and management advice. Presents a six‐step model for...
Information technology (IT) has become part and parcel of the business world today. In fact, it will continue to become an even larger factor in the future. Organizations will interlink their IT systems as a result of linking to the Internet, electronic data interchange (EDI), electronic funds...
Provides a brief historical background on why libraries are relevant to Maori. Discusses some of the factors and issues relating to developing Maori collections. Profiles a selection of libraries with Maori collections.
Better managerial control in terms of decision making and understanding the total costs of a system or service result from allocating indirect costs. Allocation requires a three‐step process of selecting cost objectives, pooling related overhead costs, and selecting costs bases to connect the...
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