Considers the introduction of OCLC and other technology in publiclibraries as a response to reduced budgets and an increased demand forinformation. Discusses the history of cataloguing, the development ofnew cataloguing systems, bibliographic record editing, and methods ofprocessing materials. Surmises that OCLC has been a sound investment inforging a new link between acquisitions and cataloguing, as well asreducing cost per cataloguing unit.
OCLC Micro – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jun 1, 1991