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1Fecko, M.B.: ALCTS CCS Copy Cataloging Discussion Group meeting.
In: Technical services quarterly. 15(1998) no.4, S.57-63.
Abstract: Write up of 3 contributions to the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services Copy Cataloging Discussion Group meeting at the American Library Association's midwinter meeting 1997, on the topic of acceptable quality in record selection an doutsourcing. In: 'Outsourcing: there's more to it than cataloging', Colleen Valente discussed the collection development aspects of shelf ready products describing how outsourcing cataloguing at the University of Vermont affesct acquisition, collection development and reshelving; in 'Pre-order cataloging: promises and compromises', Ann Branton explained the procedures and quality compromises entailed in carrying out searching and cataloguing from information in order cards and the advantages of this method for a small library; in: 'Record selection quality from the perspective of an outsourcing vendor', Cyntia Whitacre discussed the various outsourcing services offered by OCLC's Technical Processing
2Fecko, M.B.: Electronic resources : access and issues.
London : Bowker-Saur, 1997. 160 S.
Abstract: Presents a general introduction to how libraries use electronic resources, ranging from document delivery services and electronic mail to the Internet and WWW. Explores the available resources and examines their impact on libraries, library provision of information and the way that library and information professionals and users respond to them. Specific sections consist of: history and evolution of electronic resources; the Internet and its applications; electronic publishing and document delivery services; interactive multimedia; virtual libraries and digital libraries; bibliography and references
Anmerkung: Rez. in: Managing information 5(1998) no.4, S.42-43 (J.Gilbey); Journal of librarianship and information science 30(1998) no.2, S.150-151 (R. Yeates)
LCSH: Online information services ; Internet (Computer network) ; Document delivery / Data processing
3Fecko, M.B.: ¬'The changing face of cataloging : the impact of technology on copy cataloging'.Part II: a report of the ALCTS Copy Cataloging Discussion Group Meeting, American Library Association Conference, Chicago, June, 1995.
In: Technical services quarterly. 13(1996) nos.3/4, S.109-115.
Abstract: Report of the ALCTS Copy Cataloging Discussion Group Meeting. Speakers from Colorado State University (CSU), Central Michigan University (CMU) and the University of Virginia (UVA) described changes in copy cataloguing operations in their libraries as a result of the impact of technology. CSU outsourcing and OCLC's PromptCat service were examined and compared to the library's existing workflow. PromptCat was rejected and changes to workflow were implemented. At CMU the Cataloguing Department at the main library was eventually eliminated and cataloguing work was outsourced to OCLC's TechPro service. At UVA cataloguing staff were re-graded and fastcat was implemented. The positive and negative consequences of these changes are discussed