OCLC Systems & Services: International digital library perspectives: Volume 18 Issue 3


Library and Information Science

Table of contents

Introducing Scirus: Elsevier’s shot at the title

Norm Medeiros

This article reviews Scirus, Elsevier Science’s search engine. Scirus is advertised as the world’s first scientific search engine. It indexes freely‐available Web sites…

Archival description and finding aids

Randall C. Jimerson

Archival arrangement and description establish physical and intellectual control over archives and manuscripts, enabling users to find the records they need. Description…

Implementation of Dublin Core at the University of Alberta Libraries

Erika Banski

The article describes the application of the Dublin Core metadata scheme for the digital collections, the Alberta Folklore and Local History, housed at the University of…

CatExpress for small libraries

Sheila Floer

After a short introduction to OCLC’s copy cataloging service CatExpress, the service is explained in more detail. Then use of CatExpress at the Perrot Memorial Library in…

The Austrian National Library’s card image catalog

Christa Mueller

For historical reasons, the Austrian National Library (ANL) had only 10 per cent of its 2.9 million items available in its OPAC as of 1997. Its unique holdings from the…

Cataloging and processing of special format science curriculum materials

Jeanne M. Piascik

The University of Central Florida’s Curriculum Materials Center acquired a number of science‐related instructional materials which were to be cataloged and added to the…



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OCLC Micro

Online date, start – end:

1993 – 2015

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Emerald Publishing Limited