In our June issue last year we spoke to five librarians from around the world about the library automation systems in place in their libraries, and their thoughts and plans for the future. This year we asked them to take a look back and see what has changed, how much has come true and, again, to give their thoughts on what the future might hold. MinMin Chang is Director of the Library at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Library httplibrary.ust.hk. Alejandro LealCueva is in charge of the Library Automation Programme at the University of Nuevo Leon in Mexico httpulibarri.bcms.uanl.mx. Lyndall Osborne is Circulation Services Librarian at Maroochy Shire Library Service, Queensland, Australia httppeg.apc.orgmaroochy. Cinda Romuldietz is Automation Supervisor at Saskatoon Public Library, Canada httpwww.sfn.saskatoon.sk.caeducationspl. Sue Sutherland is Libraries Manager at Canterbury Public Library, Christchurch, New Zealand httpwww.ccc.govt.nzLibrary.
The Electronic Library – Emerald Publishing
Published: Mar 1, 1997
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