Managing the Integration of Libraries at Warsaw University of Technology

Ploszajski, Grzegorz
January 2004
IATUL Annual Conference Proceedings;2004, Vol. 14, preceding p1
Conference Proceeding
The paper describes an approach to manage the integration of independent faculty and institute libraries with the main library at Warsaw University of Technology. The approach is based on various forms of assistance offered by the main library to other libraries, amongst which is the development of IT tools and procedures that help manage data quality and achieve completeness of catalogue information.


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