Community college installs PowerPages

Rogers, Michael
February 1994
Library Journal;2/15/1994, Vol. 119 Issue 3, p109
Trade Publication
Announces that Baltimore's Howard Community College is the first academic institution to install University Microfilms Inc.'s (UMI) ProQuest PowerPages, a full-image document delivery system, as the backbone of its NewsNet system. What it offers; Comment by Library Director Lucy Gardner.


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