Information Technology and Libraries
Client/server computing and the adoption of the World Wide Web make it possible for academic libraries to build a new generation of automated library systems that present locally mounted and remote resources through a common interface. This article recounts the issues and technologies encountered by the Iowa State University Library as it undertook this process, with particular emphasis on the integration of 239.50-accessible databases with Web technology.
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UNI ScholarWorks, University of Northern Iowa, Rod Library
©1997 Jerry V. Caswell
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Caswell, Jerry V., "Building an Integrated User Interface to Electronic Resources" (1997). Rod Library Faculty Publications. 6.