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3Sherwood, A.: Enhancing in OCLC's maps format : a participant's view.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 27(1999) nos.3/4, S.429-441.
Abstract: This article explores one of OCLC's cooperative quality control efforts, the Enhance Program, specifically in the Maps Format. Various aspects of participation in the program, such as the application process, reasons for participation, training, typical experiences, types of changes made to records, and the benefits of participation are discussed. One cataloger's twelve-year experience with Maps Format records forms the basis for a list of the most common changes made to map records in the Enhance Program. The list is offered in the hope of further improving the quality of map cataloging in the creation of OCLC records.
Anmerkung: Teil eines Themenheftes zu: "Maps and related cartographic materials: cataloging, classification, and bibliographic control"
Behandelte Form: Karten
4Wood, A.: Dialog on the Web.
In: Business information searcher. 7(1997) no.2, S. 4-6.
Abstract: Reviews the online database service Dialog's WWW version. The best way to start searching is via the database listings (DIALINDEX) which uses hyperlinks. Once a database has been selected information about it can be found on Bluesheets. This service will be useful for new users
5Wood, A.: Global Books in Print in Windows - at last! and a freebie - 'books out of print' on the Internet.
In: Advanced searcher. 6(1996) no.2, S.4-6.
Abstract: Reviews the Windows CD-ROM version of Global Books in Print produced by Bowker Saur. Covers the basic features of the database: index browsing, searching and viewing retrieved records
Objekt: Global books in print
8Wood, A.J.: OPACs in public libraries : some results of a survey.
In: Public library journal. 4(1989) No.3, S.48-54.
Abstract: Reports the results of a survey of on-line public access catalogue applications in UK public libraries. Tables present data on: public libraries with operational OPACs in 1987; forms of catalogues in use; planned OPACs; access points and record formats available
9Wood, A.J.: OPACs in public libraries : a second look.
In: Public library journal. 4(1989) no.4, S.75,77,79,81.
Abstract: 2nd of two articles based on the results of a survey of on-line public access catalogues (OPACs) in public libraries carried out by Manchester Library School. 20 UK libraries provided data for the survey. Discusses types of OPAC configurations in use, suppliers of systems, help facilities, display of data, and subject searching on OPACs. Concludes that, in general, OPACs make accessing a catalogue easy and that this encourages catalogue use, resulting in increased document demand levels and in more satisfied customers.
Anmerkung: Erster Artikel in: Public Library Journal. 4(1989) no.3, S.48-54