Computers for Librarians. Edition No. 3. Topics in Australasian Library and Information Studies

  • ID: 2735834
  • Book
  • 332 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Computers for Librarians is aimed primarily at students of library and information management and at those library and information service professionals who feel the need for a book that will give them a broad overview of the emerging electronic library. It takes a top-down approach, starting with applications such as the Internet, information sources and services, provision of access to information resources and library management systems, before looking at data management, computer systems and technology, data communications and networking, and library systems development. It also provides an interesting set of case studies, which help to put theoretical and technical issues into context. Computers for Librarians can be read as a survey of where we are in terms of the electronic library, but it is also intended as an educational resource, and includes self-learning aids such as learning objectives, keywords and review questions for each chapter.
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The Internet and the Web; Information sources and services; Access to information resources; Library management systems; Generic data management software; Computer systems and technology; Communications and networking; Library systems development.
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Ferguson, Stuart J.
Hebels, RodneyRodney Hebels works in the Information Technology Division of TAFE New South Wales, has a background in computer mathematics, statistics and secondary education, and has worked as a programmer and as a secondary school teacher.
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