Journal Library Automation

Author by : Frederick H. Ruecking (jr)
Languange : en
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Library Automation

Author by : Preconference Institute on Library Automation
Languange : en
Publisher by : Chicago : American Library Association
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Personnel Administration In An Automated Environment

Author by : Philip E Leinbach
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : Here is what the experts have to say about the effects of computer applications on selected facets of personnel administration in libraries. Senior library managers, systems librarians, and library educators with a special interest in automation analyze the changes in the workplace that have already occurred and discuss those that will confront library professionals in the future. Personnel Administration in an Automated Environment covers the latest issues and research on the topic. Among the subjects dealt with are education and compensation of automation librarians, the nature of jobs in an automated library, the opportunities for innovation and change in technical library jobs, new personnel issues as a result of automating users’services, changing staff requirements in mid-sized academic libraries, the intersection of library and computer center tasks, and the impact of computerization on job satisfaction and performance evaluation. Administrators, personnel officers, and department heads in mid-sized to large libraries with computer-based operations will find both research-based results and reasonable speculation on everyday problems. A bibliography of the most recent books and articles will be useful to scholars of the subject.


Library Automation

Author by : LaVahn Overmyer
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Library Automation Systems

Author by : Stephen R. Salmon
Languange : en
Publisher by : New York : M. Dekker
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Description : Background and beginnings; Acquisition systems; Cataloging systems before marc; Marc and off-line systems after marc; On-line cataloging systems; The effect of automation on cataloging practice; Serials systems; Circulation systems; The problems of library automation systems; The prospects of library automation systems; Bibliography; Index.


Library Automation

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Guide To Library Automation

Author by : Barbara G. Toohill
Languange : en
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Managing Library Automation

Author by : Marlene Clayton
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : First published in 1992, Managing Library Automation provides a concise, easy-to-read guide to the main factors which librarians and information workers should be aware of when considering computerization. This second edition has been revised and updated with the assistance of Chris Batt to ensure a fresh perspective. The book retains, however, its original brief of not attempting to cover every detail of an extensive topic, but instead, gives the essential facts and indicates significant trends. Historical accounts have been kept to the minimum and no attempt has been made to describe or explain computing techniques except where an understanding of these assists the effective use of systems by librarians. References to further reading are given where appropriate. The book begins by setting library automation within the context of a wider strategy for the use of Information Technology. The importance of careful planning – the first skill of management – is stressed. Subsequent chapters explore the ‘nuts and bolts’ of hardware and software and reveal some of the more significant changes that have now taken place in the five years since the previous edition was published. The ‘human’ aspect of automation is considered throughout the book. Although a more commonplace activity than five years ago, the successful integration of automation into the total library system is still a considerable managerial achievement.


Library Automation

Author by : Muhammad Riaz
Languange : en
Publisher by : Atlantic Publishers & Distri
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Description : In A Readable Manner The Book (Races The History Of Computer, Basics Of Hardware And Software, Input-Out¬Put Concepts And Devices. It Describes The Offline And Online Methods Of Com¬Puter Applications In Six Areas Of Library Work: Circulation, Cataloguing, Refe¬Rence Service, Acquisition, Serials Cont¬Rol, And Information Retrieval.It Also Projects Current Scenario Of Information Technology, Online In¬Formation Services, And Computerized Library Networks Used In The Western World. It Outlines Telecommunication Aspects And Satellite Communication With Actual And Potential Use In Library Operation. It Also Provides Sufficient Guidelines For The Planning And Implementation Of Library Automation.It Is Hoped That The Book Will Pro¬Vide Immense Help To The Students And Teachers Of Library Science In Their Academic Pursuit, And Serve As Manual For The Practising Librarians.


Introducing And Managing Academic Library Automation Projects

Author by : John W. Head
Languange : en
Publisher by : Greenwood Publishing Group
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Description : 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 In House Option

Author by : Terry D Webb
Languange : en
Publisher by : CRC Press
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Description : Here is a timely book that expertly addresses the current impact of automation on the profession of librarianship in terms of its practitioners, standards, and underlying philosophy. In clear and understandable language, author T. D. Webb focuses his discussion--with practical examples--on the important decision of the location of the computer--at the library site or a remote automation center. Designed to be a practical guide to host computer location, this articulate book also addresses the broad professional issues of library automation.


Author S Guide To Journals In Library Information Science

Author by : Norman D. Stevens
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : This book, first published in 1982, focuses on providing information about the policies and practices surrounding the preparation and submitting of articles to the major journals in library and information science. This guide includes all the major American, Canadian, British, and international professional journals that solicit, accept and publish articles in the field.


Library Automation In North America

Author by : Charles R. Hildreth
Languange : en
Publisher by : Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
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Technical Services Management 1965 1990

Author by : Ruth C Carter
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : Gain an in-depth understanding of changes in technical services that have taken place over a quarter century and look at future trends and changes that may occur. Technical Services Management surveys and analyzes technical services in libraries from 1965 to 1990, a formative period and one of great change in library operations. The book also identifies trends that continue to impact technical services operations in libraries today. Readers gain a comprehensive knowledge of where the field has been and where it is now to help them plan and prepare more effectively for the future. Most chapters are historical, combined with a firm grasp of the present and a glimpse or more at the future. They are grouped to reflect the various aspects of technical services. Trends in technical services are considered in chapters on the development of technical services literature and the major changes in technical services in school libraries. Chapters on the major subdivisions within technical services--acquisitions and collection development, cataloging, and preservation--trace changes in library operations and the impact of automation. Issues in catalog design are explored in chapters on the emergence of online public access catalogs, bibliographic utilities, and approaches to authority control. Efforts to improve subject access are addressed through chapters on subject cataloging, the Dewey Decimal Classification, and indexing in the U.S. and Great Britain. To keep pace with changes in technical services, changes in professional education and development are needed as documented in chapters on cataloging education, continuing education in technical services, and the role of professional organizations. The final chapter outlines new challenges in the future and new roles for librarians in an electronic environment. Effective planning for the future includes learning about the past. Technical Services Management, 1965--1990 is a vital resource for library historians, library educators, technical services librarians, and graduate students in library and information science who need to know “how things were” in order to see more clearly “how things will be.”


Library Automation

Author by : Edward M. Heiliger
Languange : en
Publisher by : New York : McGraw-Hill
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Library Automation And Opac 2 0 Information Access And Services In The 2 0 Landscape

Author by : Tramullas, Jesus
Languange : en
Publisher by : IGI Global
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Description : The advent of computers in libraries made library automation a hot topic in the 1980s and 1990s, but this focus has dropped off over time, leaving much library automation research outdated. Library Automation and OPAC 2.0: Information Access and Services in the 2.0 Landscape brings library automation back to the forefront of cutting-edge research. In today's age of Web 2.0 and social networking, libraries are entering the new Library 2.0 era, and this reference will present current and future librarians with the necessary new library automation research they will need to keep their institutions up-to-date in today's constantly changing technological environment.


Robots In Academic Libraries Advancements In Library Automation

Author by : Iglesias, Edward
Languange : en
Publisher by : IGI Global
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Description : In recent years, automation has played a vital role in library systems that handle tasks of acquisition, cataloging, serials, and circulation. The automation of these operations has, in turn, minimized the demand for human interaction. Robots in Academic Libraries: Advancements in Library Automation provides an overview on the current state of library automation, addresses the need for changing personnel to accommodate these changes, and assesses the future for academic libraries as a whole. This book is essential for library leaders, technology experts, and library vendors interested in the future of library automation and its impact on the decline of human interaction in libraries.


The Management Of Serials Automation

Author by : Peter Gellatly
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : This book, first published in 1982, explores all major aspects of automated serials control. It examines major working serials control systems in the United States and Canada, describes their operations, and evaluates their successes and shortcomings.


Cloud Computing And Virtualization Technologies In Libraries

Author by : Dhamdhere, Sangeeta N.
Languange : en
Publisher by : IGI Global
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Description : The emergence of open access, web technology, and e-publishing has slowly transformed modern libraries into digital libraries. With this variety of technologies utilized, cloud computing and virtual technology has become an advantage for libraries to provide a single efficient system that saves money and time. Cloud Computing and Virtualization Technologies in Libraries highlights the concerns and limitations that need addressed in order to optimize the benefits of cloud computing to the virtualization of libraries. Focusing on the latest innovations and technological advancements, this book is essential for professionals, students, and researchers interested in cloud library management and development in different types of information environments.


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Library Information Technology And Networks

Author by : Charles Grosch
Languange : en
Publisher by : CRC Press
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Description : Offers an historical perspective of the past 25 years of computers in libraries, profileing currently available processing systems according to their size and platform. The short- and long-term future of information technology in libraries.;College or university bookstores may order five or more copies at a special student price which is available from Marcel Dekker upon request.


Initiating A Library Automation Program

Author by : Special Libraries Association. Washington, D.C. Chapter. Documentation Group
Languange : en
Publisher by : Washington, 1966 or 7
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Library Management In The Information Technology Environment

Author by : Brice G. Hobrock
Languange : en
Publisher by : Psychology Press
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Description : Provides library managers with the essential information they need to adapt to a whole new set of management issues in the technologically advanced environment.


Decision Making For Library Management

Author by : Michael R. W. Bommer
Languange : en
Publisher by : White Plains, N.Y. : Knowledge Industry Publications
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Description : Outlines a systematic method of planning and decision-making for academic and special libraries through the collection and evaluation of information on the use of library resources.