On Using the Network Considerations for Training. The Network. It can sound so ominous, so intimidating, and so ambiguous. No small wonder since it can include anything from a small local area network connecting CDROMs in a library, to a larger campuswide system that ties together many local computing resources along with the online catalog, to the Internet with all its links to computing resources worldwide. To add to the complexity, users can dialin remotely, from their offices, labs, or homes using a variety of software and hardware.
Academic and Library Computing – Emerald Publishing
Published: Apr 1, 1991