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Introduction to the use of computers in libraries

a textbook for the non-technical student

by Harold C. Ogg

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Published by Information Today in Medford, NJ .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Libraries -- Data processing.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementHarold C. Ogg.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ678.9 .O28 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 323 p. :
    Number of Pages323
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1005622M
    ISBN 100938734997
    LC Control Number96045414

      Application of ICT in libraries has opened up varied means of fast and portable access, encouraged new research routes, refreshed the information consumer-base and redefined the public domain, among other obvious benefits. Use of ICT in libraries is . The Journey InsideSM: Introduction to Computers Student Handout: Libraries Libraries Early libraries stored information on clay tablets and, later, information written by hand on animal skins or paper scrolls. Today, libraries contain paper documents, microfilm, photographs, videotapes, and musical recordings. Most modern libraries also contain.

    Computers in Libraries: An Introduction for Library Technicians Article (PDF Available) in Journal of the Medical Library Association JMLA 95(2) April . While there is some question whether all libraries providing Internet services to patrons fall into the category of online service provider under this provision, our legal counsel has suggested that libraries interpret the category broadly in order to benefit from the safe harbor established in .

    You're welcome to use your own laptop or mobile devices in the library. There are sockets for you to use to plug in and charge your devices at some tables. You can also use WiFi for FREE at any of our libraries and there's no time limit to how long you can use it for. You don't need to be a member of the library to use your own device or use.   Computers in Libraries examines the impact of integrated library management systems, digital resources, and the Internet on the functions and operations of library technicians and assistants. The book provides a practical understanding of library system software, networks, online information and access, portals, open URL linking, and the fusion 4/5(1).


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Her opinion is that the Burke book is more comprehensive but more by: 1. Introduction to the Use of Computers in Libraries: A Textbook for the Non-Technical Student. Ogg, Harold C. This book outlines computing and information science from the perspective of what librarians and educators need to do with computer technology and how it can help them perform their jobs more : Harold C.

Ogg. Computers in Libraries examines the impact of integrated library management systems, digital resources, and the Internet on the functions and operations of library technicians and assistants. The book provides a practical understanding of library system software, networks, online information and access, portals, open URL linking, and the fusion.

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