Sci-Tech Library Networks Within Organizations

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Psychology Press, 1988 - 162 lappuses
This fascinating volume offers thorough descriptions of sci-tech library networks in which their members have a common sponsorship or ownership. Library networks exist in such great quantity and diversity now, that it is not difficult to identify many types of them. Corporate library networks--AT&T, Xerox, and General Electric--and federal government networks--NASA and FEDLINE--are the focus here, as the authors present the history, development, and activities of these networks. A library network for health sciences libraries that use OCLC is also scrutinized.

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CONTENTS
1
Networking Among Libraries in the General Electric
25
A True Believers View
31
The Information Teller
38
A Network of Health Sciences
41
AngloAmerican Cataloguing Rules
47
Organizational Growth and Change
54
Users
60
Training and Support
69
SPECIAL PAPER
75
SCITECH COLLECTIONS
95
NEW REFERENCE WORKS IN SCIENCE
119
SCITECH ONLINE
147
SCITECH IN REVIEW
155
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