A report on EDI at Kansas State University

Somers, Michael A.
June 1998
SISAC News;Summer/Fall98, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p19
Focuses on Manhattan, Kansas-based Kansas State University Libraries' use of electronic data interchange (EDI) systems. Libraries' utilization of the Endeavor Information System's EDI module; Nature of EDI transactions; Advantages of using EDI technology.


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