Describes Penn State University Library′s use of the OCLC CAT ME and CAT ME Plus for batch searching at off‐peak hours to resolve overcrowding of OCLC dedicated terminals. Summarises the CAT ME and CAT ME Plus functions used, time savings calculations, and searching techniques. Concludes that CAT ME and CAT ME Plus have enabled maximum efficiency from dedicated OCLC terminals, more efficient use of staff time and have become an invaluable tool for bibliographic searching.
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