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Introduction to the Use of Computers in
By Harold C. Ogg
This book discusses the full range of computer-based systems
created to accomplish library tasks. In clear, easy-to-follow
language, Ogg takes the reader with ease
through the complexities of applications programs, spreadsheets, databases,
operating systems, computing platforms, graphical user interfaces,
and desktop publishing.
There is information on hardware and software selection, as well as descriptions
of automated circulation systems and public access catalogs. With an extensive
index and clarifying details, the book is a resource for anyone with an interest
or role in library science.
1997/324 pp/hardbound | ISBN 0-938734-99-7 | Regular Price: $42.50 | Web Orders: $38.25