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Electronic Information Delivery Systems Reports on Five Projects Sponsored by the Fred Meyer Charitable Trust

Electronic Information Delivery Systems Reports on Five Projects Sponsored by the Fred Meyer... The Fred Meyer Charitable Trust, Division of Library and Information Resources for the Northwest, has funded five research projects that will demonstrate the potential of various techniques and new technologies to facilitate communications and resource sharing in the Northwest. The experience and information derived from these projects will be of value to all libraries and information centers, not just those conducting the research. The techniques and technologies being evaluated include simultaneous remote searching, which uses inexpensive terminals and modems a minicomputerbased union list and resource sharing network INFONET networks using facsimile machines networks that transmit documents that have been optically scanned into bitmap image files and use of optical character recognition equipment to capture ASCII machinereadable information that can be broadcast by television stations to usersites. Contributors of reports are Verl Anderson, Linda Brander, Millard F. Johnson, Jr., Bruce Morton, and Steve Smith. Summary observations are provided by Joseph R. Matthews. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Library Hi Tech Emerald Publishing

Electronic Information Delivery Systems Reports on Five Projects Sponsored by the Fred Meyer Charitable Trust

Library Hi Tech , Volume 5 (2): 29 – Feb 1, 1987

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
0737-8831
DOI
10.1108/eb047690
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Abstract

The Fred Meyer Charitable Trust, Division of Library and Information Resources for the Northwest, has funded five research projects that will demonstrate the potential of various techniques and new technologies to facilitate communications and resource sharing in the Northwest. The experience and information derived from these projects will be of value to all libraries and information centers, not just those conducting the research. The techniques and technologies being evaluated include simultaneous remote searching, which uses inexpensive terminals and modems a minicomputerbased union list and resource sharing network INFONET networks using facsimile machines networks that transmit documents that have been optically scanned into bitmap image files and use of optical character recognition equipment to capture ASCII machinereadable information that can be broadcast by television stations to usersites. Contributors of reports are Verl Anderson, Linda Brander, Millard F. Johnson, Jr., Bruce Morton, and Steve Smith. Summary observations are provided by Joseph R. Matthews.

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Library Hi TechEmerald Publishing

Published: Feb 1, 1987

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