Using Information Technology to Improve Collection Manangement

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1999
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Johnson, Susan
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Emerald Group
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An information technology model using the synergistic combination of Dialog's advanced commands, Dialog's special databases, and third-party databases creates a powerful tool for collection building and database selection in libraries and information centers. This model of advanced information retrieval offers automatic data extraction that can be manipulated, customized, and applied to collection development decisions.
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Information technology, Database management systems, Libraries, Automated storage retrieval systems
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Johnson, Susan. "Using Information Technology to Improve Collection Management." Library Computing 18, no. 2 (1999): 98-104.
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7 pages
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