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Looks at the future of libraries as we approach the year 2000, and the changing nature of information technology. Argues that there is a need for libraries and the people who work in them to convince themselves and others of their continuing worth. Welcomes the arrival of the Library and...
Describes how access to English‐language information by non‐English‐speaking students and faculty at a Middle Eastern university is being facilitated by making available a variety of machine‐readable sources, particularly CD‐ROM, and how not only searching of these sources but also use...
Explores the development of a major library building, costing £2 million, at Oakham School, Rutland. Looks at the management of change for the facility to operate effectively and the library and information service set up to manage the building. Looks at the role of the first chartered librarian...
Determines whether iconic interfaces might work with online public access catalogues (OPACs), and assesses problems which students encounter in using icons. Students from the UK and France were asked to identify IBM, Mac and hand‐drawn icons and guess their functions. Mac icons were the most...
Presents a guide for development of certifiable quality management systems for the library and information sector. The project was supported by NORDINFO and was carried out in 1993‐94. Begins with an introduction to fundamental ISO 9000 philosophy, definitions and concepts. All 20 main points...
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