1985: Human aspects of library automation : helping staff and patrons cope
22nd Clinic on Library Applications of Data Processing (1985). Edited by Debora Shaw.
The Twenty-Second Annual Clinic on Library Applications of Data Processing focused on the human aspects of library automation: helping staff and patrons cope. The topic is of considerable importance, as more libraries and more librarians face the prospect of automating or reautomating library functions. The meeting was held 14-16 April 1985 on the University of Illinois campus.
The complete text of the proceedings is available here as well as the individual papers. The papers included here are:
- Terminal Paralysis, Or Showdown At The Interface - Sara Fine
- Learning From Office Automation: Ergonomics And Human Impact - Marvin J. Dainoff
- Personnel Considerations In Library Automation - Margaret Myers
- Automation Planning And Implementation: Library And Vendor Responsibilities - Jane Burke
- Panel Discussion: Reports On Staff Involvement In Library Automation - Judith A. Drescher, Christopher Syed, Barbara Shaw, and Stella Bentley
- Online Catalogs And Library Users - Anne Gilliland
- Online Catalogs And Specialized Clienteles: Children And Youth - Susan Roman
- Online Catalogs And Specialized Clienteles: Handicapped And Other Populations - Leslie Edmonds
- Designing Effective Instructional Brochures For Online Catalogs - Mark W. Arends
- Library Privacy In Context - Jonathan Pratter
The Proceedings of the Clinic on Library Applications of Data Processing have been digitized through the Open Content Alliance at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
(Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1985)The English word private comes from the Latin privatus meaning "withdrawn from public life, deprived of office, peculiar to oneself, or private," and which is itself the past participle otprivare, meaning "to bereave or ...
(Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1985)Computerized catalogs are becoming a standard feature in libraries today. The question of how extensively computers will, should, or can economically be used will not be answered for a long time, however. Currently online ...
(Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1985)My topic is service to other special populations and online catalogs and library automation. The special populations to be examined are the handicapped, the elderly, and the non-English speaking. It should be pointed out ...
Editor's Note: At the time she delivered this paper, Susan Roman was Head, Youth Services, Northbrook Public Library, Northbrook, Illinois. Her examples are from that public library. "Whether we like it or not, the child ...
I want to begin by reading two letters to you which were published in the 1 April 1985 issue of Time magazine under the heading LIBRARY BYTES. The first letter, from Kenneth N. Sharpe of Peachtree City, Georgia, asked a ...