OCLC Systems & Services: International digital library perspectives: Volume 12 Issue 1


Library and Information Science

Table of contents

The first public demonstration of the OCLC database

Guy A. Marco

Describes the first public demonstration of the capabilities of the OCLC System in August 1971.

Cataloging with CAT ME Plus in MS Windows

Rubén Urbizagástegui, Dave Percy

Describes the advantages and disadvantages of a program information file (PIF) for the DOS CAT ME Plus (Cataloguing Micro Enhancer) in an MS Windows microcomputer…

Information and library services S/NVQs embrace IT

Paul Scarsbrook

Describes and evaluates the IT aspects of S/NVQs (Scottish/National Vocational Qualifications). Begins by outlining the structure of the qualifications and their use…

The internationalization of MARC. Part I: the emergence and divergence of MARC

Mortaza Kokabi

Surveys the evolution and development of MARC formats for the digital encoding of bibliographic data from their beginnings in 1968 at the Library of Congress to the…

Opinion paper: the availability of monographs through ILL ‐ the need for a national strategy

Frances Hendrix

Discusses the need for a national access policy for monographs in public libraries and the role of networking in the future of resource sharing. Suggests the need for the…

OCLC Users’ Council meeting minutes, February 5‐7, 1996

Emma Jones

Reports on the OCLC Users’ Council meeting of February 5‐7, 1996. Issues discussed included nominations for the board of trustees, the OCLC president’s report, the Users…



Renamed from:

OCLC Micro

Online date, start – end:

1993 – 2015

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited