Information Technology and Libraries

Articles from Vol. 15, No. 2, June

A Library Fellow in Greece
Occasionally, as I sat at my desk in the main reading room of the Library of the Greek Parliament in Athens, I was reminded that it was not just another library. One mid-afternoon, when a colleague and I were the only people in the reading room, a man...
Libraries and Technology in the European Union: Soldering the Connections
The United Kingdom is capitalizing 07z its strong links with both Europe and the English-speaking world to participate in multinational research-and-development projects that should facilitate the connections between the two communities and overcome...
LIPSA (Library and Information Center Staff Planning Advisor): A Microcomputer-Based System
Staffing required for a library depends upon various factors such as number of working days in a year, hours the library is open, leave allowed per year, total stock, number of documents added per year, number of documents circulated per day, number...
On Your MARC, Get Set, Go
One of the outcomes of the meeting held at the United Arab Emirates University between October 5 and 6, 1993, titled "Workshop on Arabic Online Cataloging Network" was the creation of a committee charged with the responsibility of laying the foundations...
The Development of National Online Networking in the Republic of China - the Role of the National Central Library
The development of the national integrated online information network in the Republic of China is described. First a brief history of library and information automation in Taiwan and the coordination efforts of the central government toward the establishment...
The Knuckle-Cracker's Dilemma: A Transaction Log Study of OPAC Subject Searching
This report presents the results of an online survey of users who access the University of California's computerized union catalog, the MELVYL(*) Library system, from public access terminals in the libraries of the University of California, Santa Cruz...
The Swiss National Library and Its Environment
Introduction The International Relations Committee of the Library and Information Technology Association sponsored a program at the American Library Association's Annual Conference in Chicago on June 24, 1995, on the theme "Libraries and Technology...
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