Q301 -- Why Automate
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Q301 -- Why Automate

Course Number: Q 301, Fall 2009

College/University: Maryville MO

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Possible Reasons why Libraries (or any Information Agency) attempt to Apply Technology: Modernization: To cope with increasing demands for services To reduce staff or prevent staff increases To allow more activities to be performed by clerical and paraprofessional staff Patron services: To provide new forms of old services (electronic access) To improve access to existing services (remote login, etc.)...

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Reasons Possible why Libraries (or any Information Agency) attempt to Apply Technology: Modernization: To cope with increasing demands for services To reduce staff or prevent staff increases To allow more activities to be performed by clerical and paraprofessional staff Patron services: To provide new forms of old services (electronic access) To improve access to existing services (remote login, etc.) Transformation: To provide new (increasingly digital) information services Document Delivery Digital Libraries Why Automate? Extracted from Christine Borgman "From Locally Acting to Thinking Globally: A Brief History of Library Automation" Library Quarterly July 1997 pages 215-249. Stage I : Efficiency of internal operations Internal workflow Sharing cataloging data Stage II : Access to Local Resources IOLS marketplace OPACs Retrospective conversion of bib records Stage III : Access to O...

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