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Journal of Library Automation

December 1981 Volume 14, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 3

  1. Circulation Systems Past and Present

    Maurice J. Freedman

    Traces the development of circulation systems through the librarian's perception of circulation control and the technology of modern online systems. Librarians have switched from a broad service... More

    pp. 278-85

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  2. MARC Format Simplification

    D Kaye Gapen

    Summarizes the feasibility of simplifying the MARC format for bibliographic records, including the benefits, disadvantages, and consequences. Five perspectives are given: history, standards, and... More

    pp. 286-92

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  3. Microcomputer Backup to Online Circulation

    Sheila Intner

    Describes the usage and advantages of microcomputers as an alternative to manual processing when the Great Neck Library minicomputer-based automated circulation system goes down for maintenance or ... More

    pp. 297-99

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