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Planning and Implementing Technical Services Workstations359
What basic hardware and software is needed for technical services workstations? What cataloguing are available on the Internet? How can a workstation be planned that will improve cataloguers' productivity? The answers to these and other questions can be found in this comprehensive guide to successful technical services workstations (TSW) for cataloguing and authority control. During the course of the day, cataloguers must use a variety of materials, including cataloguing software, classification software, classification systems and other online applications. TSWs are increasingly the most popular method for streamlining the cataloguing process, giving cataloguers the networked data, application programs, and standard hardware required to catalogue all types of media faster and more accurately. This book enables readers to create a TSW that offers easy, user-friendly access to necessary information. This resource covers all the vital issues which must be considered before putting together the components of TSWs, and offers information applicable to everyone involved, from the head of cataloguing to the paraprofessionals. Taking the perspective of the cataloguer, each key issue in strategy and implementation is thoroughly discussed, even the often-overlooked issue of ergonomics. Experts in cataloguing from the Library of Congress offer the most current information on evaluating equipment and software, as well as on the planning process. All types of libraries benefit from TSWs that have been carefully designed and executed.
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..".a must read for all technical services administrators, managers, and catalogers." ..".this book accurately describes the state of the art in technical services automation."