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Providing reference and access services for users requires special techniques and knowledge of a repository's holdings. Archivists need to identify their user clientele and design services for their needs. User studies provide a means to collect valuable information about the clientele. In order...
This article reports on Connexion, OCLC's new integrated toolset developed as its next generation cataloging system. The author considers the ever-changing nature of technical services in light of technological evolutions, budget constraints, and the expectations of academic library users. The...
OCLC Cataloging Micro Enhancer (CatME) has remained a powerful cataloging tool for many years. This article introduces the history of CatME and demonstrates its efficient, easy-to-use, and economical features. Applying Randall Library's experience, the authors discuss cataloging workflow, batch...
This article deals with people and organisation level issues in distributed digital libraries, and in the process introduces the range of topics relevant to this new column and the involvement of the author in projects dealing with these topics. User issues are not covered.
In September, 2000, the Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries (PACSCL) received a grant from the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation to outsource legacy finding aids for conversion into EAD. By working cooperatively and adopting a novel Lancasterian structure in which early...
BiblioFile marked the beginning of the availability of cataloging tools in electronic format based on microcomputer technology. During the last 17 years, some of these tools have evolved from CD-ROM-based to Web-based versions. The ease of use, updated files, and lower cost of electronic tools...
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