The RegLIN Consortium - A Review
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RegLIN is a consortium of Regina and area libraries formed to create and maintain an online system that will support a multi‐library, multi‐institutional computer network providing for automated library services. The University of Regina hosts the Voyager Integrated Library System and several software platforms that serve the RegLIN Consortium. THIS RECORD IS AVAILABLE THROUGH UNIVERSITY OF REGINA ARCHIVES.
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Transforming Catalogers (and Others) into Digital Library Specialists: The Evolution of the University of Oregon's Metadata and Digital Library Services Hixson, Carol G., 1955- (University of Oregon Libraries, 2005-05-18)How does life change when your traditional cataloging department assumes responsibility for creating and maintaining digital library collections? What about: * preservation and public presentation * running the campus ...
Partnerships for Providing Access to Library Resources : Pushing the Envelope at the University of Oregon Libraries Hixson, Carol G., 1955- (University of Oregon Libraries, 2003-04-15)The University of Oregon Libraries Catalog Department has experimented in recent years with a wide variety of options for providing bibliographic access to library resources. A key strategy that the department has employed ...
Transforming Technical Services Staff and Librarians into Digital Library Specialists : The Continued Evolution of the University of Oregon’s Metadata and Digital Library Services Hixson, Carol G., 1955- (University of Oregon Libraries, 2006-07-09)Presented July 9 at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Law Libraries in St. Louis, Missouri, this presentation discusses the steps leading up to a transformative change of the former Catalog Department of ...