Library Networking--current Problems and Future Prospects

Papers Based on the Symposium "Networking, where from Here?"

Library Networking--current Problems and Future Prospects

Experts who are active in national, state, and regional network associations provide stimulating discussions of their experiences, problems, and successes. This volume is based on the symposium, “Networking: Where From Here?”

Library Networking

The Interface of Ideas and Actions

Library Networking


A Glossary for Library Networking

A Glossary for Library Networking


Experiences of Library Network Administrators

Papers Based on the Symposium 'From Our Past, Toward 2000'

Experiences of Library Network Administrators

In this thought-provoking collection, first published in 1985, of the published proceedings of the library networking symposium, ‘From Our Past: Toward 2000’, network administrators describe the origin, history, and progress of their organizations. From these useful histories, important issues about the future of state, regional, and national networks arise.

Sci-Tech Library Networks Within Organizations

Sci-Tech Library Networks Within Organizations

This fascinating volume offers thorough descriptions of sci-tech library networks in which their members have a common sponsorship or ownership. Library networks exist in such great quantity and diversity now, that it is not difficult to identify many types of them. Corporate library networks--AT&T, Xerox, and General Electric--and federal government networks--NASA and FEDLINE--are the focus here, as the authors present the history, development, and activities of these networks. A library network for health sciences libraries that use OCLC is also scrutinized.

Library Networks, 1986-87

Libraries in Partnership

Library Networks, 1986-87