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1Kellsey, C.: Cataloging with Bibliofile : alternative to the bibliographic utilities for small college libraries.
In: College and undergraduate libraries. 5(1998) no.2, S.59-67.
Abstract: Bibliofile is a CD-ROM cataloguing product that provides LC MARC records. Available databases include English only, foreign language materials, audio-visual materials, as well as several that are more specialized. Bibliofile runs on a PC that may be connected to a network. Advantages over an online utility include lower cost, no telecommunication problems, no slow response times, fixed subscription rates with no hourly use charges, easy installation, searching and editing and good phone support. Disadvantages include no member-contributed records and no member holdings to use for interlibrary loan. A library should consider type and level of materials catalogued, existence of an interface with a local OPAC, total cataloguing time used, and other sources for ILL searching when considering bibliofile as a cataloguing alternative
2Andres, M.: Original cataloguing with BiblioFile : some experiences and their implications.
In: Library software review. 12(1993) no.4, S.6-9.
Abstract: Describes the CD-ROM based cataloguing utility, BiblioFile, which reproduces the MARC tapes of computerized bibliographic records from the Library of Congress, and its use at the libraries of the Tuscon Unified School District schools
3Matthews, J.R. ; Parker, M.R.: Microcomputer-based automated library systems : new series.Part 1, 1993.
In: Library technology reports. 29(1993), no.2.
Inhalt: Vorstellung von integrierten Bibliothekssystemen auf PC-Basis: DavexPlus; Bib-Base; BiblioFile; EloquentLibrarian; LibraryWorks; ProfessionalSeries; Alexandria; Columbia Library System; Manager Series; TheAssistant; TINLIB
Themenfeld: Bibliographische Software
Objekt: DavexPlus ; Bib-Base ; BiblioFile ; EloquentLibrarian ; LibraryWorks ; ProfessionalSeries ; Alexandria ; Columbia Library System ; Manager Series ; TheAssistant
4Khurshid, Z.: BiblioFile versus CDMARC Bibliographic.
In: CD-ROM librarian. 6(1991) no.11, S.26,28-31.
Abstract: Compares the features and capabilities of 2 CD-ROM databases containing MARC bibliographic records for current and retrospective cataloguing: BiblioFile and CDMARC Bibliographic. When size, coverage, update frequency, search and retrieval capabilities, and record display were compared it was concluded that CDMARC Bibliographic had a clear edge over BiblioFile in most respects. However, BiblioFile has better update frequency and coverage. In CDMARC Bibliographic, while scrolling through the Library of Congress shelflist, collection development librarians can compare the extent of their holdings against those of the Library of Congress
Objekt: BiblioFile ; CDMARC Bibliographic
5Brennan, C.L.: LaserCat vs. Bibliofile : a comparision in the small public library.
In: CD-ROM librarian. 4(1989) no.7, S.12-17.
Abstract: Reports on the project, carried out by Camas Public Library, Washington State, to compare 2 CD-ROM cataloguing tools: Library Corporation's Bibliofile and Western Network's LaserCat.
Objekt: Bibliofile ; LaserCat
6Giesbrecht, W.: Comparison of three CD-ROM cataloguing tools : BibioFile, LaserCat, LaserQuest.
In: School libraries in Canada. 1(1988) no.9, S.23-27.
Abstract: BiblioFile, LaserCat and LaserQuest are sources of catalogue records, they are not catalogues in themselves. All three products contain MARC records in the US MARC format, the number and type aof record varying hwever. Illustrates and compares the features of the 3 products covering searching, displaying and printing of records, original cataloguing, cost and hardware requirements. The fact that LaserCat contains the holdings of many small public libraries and some regional school libraries are likely to have. BiblioFile and LaserQuest, on the other hand, would seem to be best suited to libraries undergoing large retrospective conversion projects.
Objekt: LaserQuest ; BiblioFile ; LaserCat