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Technology at Washington University School of Medicine Library: BACS, PHILSOM, and OCTANET.

By S Crawford, M F Johnson and E A Kelly

Abstract

A brief overview of the Bibliographic Access and Control System developed by the Washington University School of Medicine Library is presented. Because the system has been described in two previous reports, this paper focuses on its relationship to other automated programs (i.e., PHILSOM and OCTANET), education of users, evaluation of the system, and outreach to the medical center. In operation for more than two years, BACS represents the computerization of much of the managerial and operational functions of the library, and marks the completion of stage 1 of the three stages of library evolution described in the AAMC report Academic Information in the Academic Health Sciences Center: Roles for the Library in Information Management

Topics: Research Article
Year: 1983
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:227200
Provided by: PubMed Central
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