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1Wall, C.E.: Relationship between MARC files and printed bibliographies : a note on process and tools.
In: Reference services review. 25(1997) no.2, S.14-16.
Abstract: The following 2 bibliographies were prepared by the authors and submitted to Pierian Press in MARC format to facilitate dual employment of the resources: as a text file in RSR, and to be integrated, in whole or in part, into the Pierian Press MARC database, Directory of National Helplines. In this note, publisher Ed Wall describes the process of preparing resources in MARC format and their conversion to print
2Wall, C.E. ; Cole, T.W. ; Kazmer, M.M.: HyperText MARCup : a conceptualization for encoding, de-constructing, searching, retrieving, and using traditional knowledge tools.
In: Reference services review. 23(1995) no.4, S.13-18.
Abstract: Pierian Press and the University of Illinois have been experimenting with directly parsing classified, analytical bibliographies into an electronic structure using the respective strengths of both HTML and MARC. This structure, which is explained and illustrated in this article, mitigates the weaknesses of each standard by drawing on the strengths of the other. The resulting electronic knowledge constructs can be mounted on local library systems and function as dynamic maps onto a specified subset of resources on those systems. Linkages can be added and/or removed to customize each construct to local holdings and/or needs
Themenfeld: Datenformate ; Hypertext
Objekt: HTML ; MARC
3Wall, C.E.: Global problems and 'serials' tools : reflections on current challenges and opportunities.
In: Serials librarian. 24(1994) nos.3/4, S.49-62.
Abstract: Describes 5 basic tools which will enable serials work to further the cause of scholarship in addressing global problems. These are: enhanced OPACs that can manipulate bibliographic constructs; standards that will facilitate linkages among related materials; publishing roles for libraries which will accelerate the appearance of new scholarship; inclusion of traditional serial publisher file servers on the Internet; and intermediate guides to diverse resources that will facilitate the creation of dynamic knowledge constructs