Selecting an automated library system

March 1999
Library Technology Reports;Mar/Apr99, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p125
Academic Journal
Discusses the considerations in selecting an automated library system. Steps in selecting a standalone, local automated library system; Need to determine the processes within the library that should be automated; Need to be oriented to library automation in general; Analysis of the features and capabilities of a product in matching particular library needs.


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