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Information resource sharing and networking

Information resource sharing and networking

report on three training courses held in Arusha 22 Oct - 2 Nov 1990, Mombasa15-26 April l991, Arusha 23 March - 3 April 1992

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Published by German Foundation for International Development, Education, Science and Documentation Centre in Bonn .
Written in English


Edition Notes

At head of title: Eastern and Southern African Management Institute.

StatementAugustes Musana and Lutz Hüttemann (editors).
ContributionsHüttemann, Lutz., Musana, Augustes., Deutsche Stiftung für Internationale Entwicklung. Zentralstelle für Erziehung, Wissenschaft und Dokumentation., Eastern and Southern African Management Institute.
The Physical Object
Pagination196p. :
Number of Pages196
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18107418M

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Facilitating Information Sharing through Library Collection Maintenance and Preservation Tina Baich and Sherri Michaels 93 Sharing Digital Collections and Content J. Silvia Cho and LeEtta Schmidt The Evolution of Library Resource Sharing Collette Mak Afterword Beth Posner Use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT): for Automated Networking and Resource Sharing in the Selected Public and Private University Libraries of Bangladesh Book .

Networking attempts to move computing into the middle ground, providing PC users with the best of both worlds: the independence and flexibility of personal computers, and the connectivity and resource sharing of mainframes. in fact, networking is today considered so vital that it’s hard to conceive of an organization with two or more. Affirmed by the ALA/RUSA/STARS Rethinking Resource Sharing Policies Committee January If libraries want to expand and promote information accessibility, and to continue to be valued resources, we believe that libraries must improve their information delivery system.


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