Though automation in libraries has become more common, many academic libraries still lack automation of any kind. This professional reference is a guide to the forecasting, planning, implementing, and monitoring necessary for the successful management of academic library automation projects. Chapters are written by expert contributors, who combine their personal experiences with solid background information on the theory and practice of library automation.The most important advantage of CD-ROM catalog systems is that aquot;the Library of Congress (LC) file of the MARC (Machine Readable ... Some available software, such as CAT CD450 and SuperCat, can emulate online bibliographic utility functions; for example, original ... cataloging system include hardware maintenance, software maintenance and updates, and telecommunications charges (1989: 50).
|Title||:||Introducing and Managing Academic Library Automation Projects|
|Author||:||John W. Head, Gerard B. McCabe|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 1996-01-01|