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2Morgan, E.L.: Computer literacy for librarians.
In: Computers in libraries. 18(1998) no.1, S.39-40.
Abstract: Discusses what it means to be computer literate and outlines the computer skills needed by all librarians. Librarians usually have to accomplish the specific computing tasks of editing text, organizing text, and disseminating text. Describes how these tasks can be accomplished throught he use of text editors and word processors; spreadsheets and databases; and local and networked services
3Morgan, E.L.: We love databases!.
In: Computers in libraries. 18(1998) no.2, S.38-39.
Abstract: Provides guidelines for librarians wishing to construct databases of Internet resources for their libraries. Describes how to use OPAC software, the Web-based ROADS software and the microcomputer-based database application Claris FileMaker Pro to create and maintain collections of Internet resources
4Morgan, E.L.: Indexing, indexing, indexing : making it work for your library.
In: Computers in libraries. 18(1998) no.6, S.30-32.
Abstract: The creation of their own indexes of electronic texts empowers libraries to create focused, customizable information services, enabling the searching of their collections of electronic texts by staff and patrons. Describes what indexing is, why it should be an integral part of information services, and the development of computerized indexing. Describes and compares the features of 4 UNIX-based indexing systems: freewais-sf, Harvest, SWISH-E, and ht://Dig
Objekt: FreeWAIS-sf ; Harvest ; SWISH-E ; ht://Dig
5Morgan, E.L.: Creating user-friendly electronic information systems.
In: Computers in libraries. 17(1997) no.8, S.31-33.
Abstract: The effectiveness of an information system is related to its readability, browsability, searchability and interactive assistance. Interactive assistance provides customized help for particular users in particular situations. It can be proactive or restrictive. Systems have been developed for reference work and CD-ROM based bibliographic indexes. Prototype systems for the Internet include: Ask Alcuin, meta-search engines, and WebArcher
Themenfeld: Informationsdienstleistungen ; Suchmaschinen
Objekt: Ask Alcuin ; WebArcher
6Morgan, E.L.: Mr. Serials revisits cataloging : cataloging electronic serials and Internet resources.
In: Serials librarian. 28(1996) nos.3/4, S.229-238.
Abstract: Describes the Alcuin Project, an informal project whose goal is to discover methods for effectively cataloguing serials and Internet resources at the North Carolina State University Libraries. The project builds upon previous work including the Mr. Serials Process, DRA/World Wide Web gateway scripts, the Alex database, the Alcuin database, and the Son of SID. Each of these projects is briefly outlined and future directions are presented
Themenfeld: Formalerschließung ; Internet
Behandelte Form: Elektronische Dokumente
7Morgan, E.L.: Possible solutions for incorporating digital information mediums into traditional library cataloging services.
In: Electronic resources: selection and bibliographic control. Ed.: L.-Y.W. Pattie, u. B.J. Cox. New York : Haworth, 1996. S.143-170.
(Cataloging and classification quarterly; vol.22, nos.3/4)
Abstract: Compares and contrasts the essential differences between traditional and digital information media, reexamines the role of OPACs, refines the definition of library catalogues, and advocates the addition of Internet resources within the OPAC. Describes the building of the Alex Catalog, as part of the Alcuin Project at North Carolina State University, a catalogue of Internet resources in the format of MARC format records. Concludes with a process for integrating the further inclusion of other Internet resources into OPACs as well as some of the obstacles such a process manifests
Themenfeld: Internet ; Formalerschließung
Objekt: Alex ; Alcuin
8Morgan, E.L.: Possible solutions for incorporating digital information mediums into traditional library cataloging services.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 22(1996) nos.3/4, S.143-170.
Abstract: This article first compares and contrasts the essential, fundamental differences between traditional and digital information mediums. It then reexamines the role of the online public access catalog (OPAC), refines the definition of library's catalog, and advocates the addition of Internet resources within the OPAC. Next, the article describes the building of the Alex Catalog, a catalog of Internet resources in the in the form of MARC records. Finally, this article outlines a process of integrating the futher inclusion of other Internet resources into OPACs as well as some of the obstacles such a process manifests.
Anmerkung: Simultaneously published as Electronic Resources: Selection and Bibliographic Control
Themenfeld: OPAC ; Katalogfragen allgemein
9Morgan, E.L.: WAIS and Gopher servers : a guide for Internet end-users.
Westport, CT : Mecklermedia, 1994. IX,119 S.
Abstract: WAIS and Gopher servers are among the most popular of Internet-based client/server softwares available for searching and obtaining electronic data files from remote databases worldwide. First book to fully explain these software protocols in the context of other Internet utilities, will help even novice network users learn to access the information they want from sites spread widely across the Internet
Anmerkung: Rez. in: IfB 3(1995) H.2, S.263 (C. Dietz)
Objekt: Gopher ; WAIS
10Morgan, E.L.: Implementing TCP/IP communications with HyperCard.
In: Information technology and libraries. 11(1992) no.4, S.421-432.
Abstract: This article describes how to implement TCP/IP communications with HyperCard in three steps. First, it briefly examines the tools used to access information resources available through the Internet. Second, it outlines the necessary hardware and software requirements to make TCP/IP communications possible on a Macintosh. Third, it illustrates the implementation process with two stacks - Mini-Atlas and ListManager
Objekt: TCP/IP ; HyperCard