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Title: To scope or not to scope; or what the users Will
Authors: Aucock, Janet
European Innovative Users Group
Keywords: library systems
specialist users
rare books
audiovisual collections
Iranian collections
electronic resources
electronic books
Innovative Interfaces
Millennium Library System
Issue Date: Sep-2008
Abstract: This paper describes services implemented in the webpac (SAULCAT) at the Library at the University of St Andrews to serve specialist user groups. These groups are primarily users of Rare book collections, audiovisual collections, Iranian Studies material and users of electronic resources and ebooks. The presentation describes the specialist indexing and cataloguing provided for these collections in addition to webpac features which have been implemented to aid the discovery and use of these resources. The paper was presented as part of the Fourteenth European Innovative User Group Conference at South Bank University, 4th/5th September 2008
Version: Postprint
Type: Conference paper
Publication Status: Published
Status: Non peer reviewed
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