The University of Wyoming Law Library had a problem. We had a fiveyearold database of our collection, maintained on the university's Cyber mainframe computer. A technician entered data manually into this database we call SIR. We also had a card print program on the Cyber, which used the same manually input file to print out author and title cards. At the same time, we were cataloging our holdings on OCLC, adding local classification numbers and subject headings to each record, although we did not use most of the information on the MARC record.
OCLC Micro – Emerald Publishing
Published: Apr 1, 1986