OCLC Systems & Services: International digital library perspectives: Volume 10 Issue 1


Library and Information Science

Table of contents

Previewing the Revolution: An OCLC ILL Feasibility Study

Jane Smith

In the past three to five years, those of us working in InterlibraryLoan have seen an increase in the number of local “home‐grown” electronicILL systems. Typically, these…

Tepid water for everyone? the future OLUC, catalogers, and outsourcing

Daniel CannCasciato

As we move into 1994, it seems opportune to reflect on the OLUC and whatit might become in the next few years. We are at the beginning of aninteresting era for cataloging…

Collection analysis at a junior college library: The OCLC/AMIGOS CACD

Ranall H. Gaylor

The New Mexico Junior College (NMJC) is a relatively small two‐yearcollege of about 1,900 FTE students located in an oil – andgas‐producing, semirural environment in…

OCLC users council meeting: January 9‐11, 1994

JoEllen Ostendorf

The OCLC Users Council met at OCLC headquarters in Dublin, Ohio, onJanuary 9‐11 to discuss “Libraries, OCLC, and ElectronicPublishing.” It was the second of three meetings…

PASSPORT/PRISM: Authors and Titles and MARC – Part Two

Judith A. Carter

So, did anyone miss me from the last issue? Were you anxiously awaitingthe arrival of the Winter issue so you could see how the ending of myarticle turned out? Did you…

ILL Conceived Ideas

Susan Raschke

This month′s column concerning interlibrary services in the OCLCuniverse begins with uncertain conditions.



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