Utah universities share collections

October 1993
Computers in Libraries;Oct93, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the purchase of NOTIS Systems' PACLink and PACLoan library management systems by three universities in Utah. Brigham Young University; Utah State University; University of Utah; Accessibility of library collections to every university and other Z39.50-compatible libraries in Utah; Use of library management systems by the Utah College Library Council; More.


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