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The hybrid information environment and our Intranet solution to access it

Herbert Van De Sompel UGent, Patrick Hochstenbach UGent and Tobias De Pessemier (1997)
abstract
In the first part, a theoretical discussion points out two main reorientations in the goals of recent library automation. It is stated that technical innovations created possibilities and needs for new end-user services. A first reorientation, enabled by the combination of LAN and CD-ROM brought libraries into the domain of database networking. A current reorientation - amongst others - caused by client-server technologies and global information networking, brings libraries into the development of services, aiming at the disclosure of a new, hybrid information environment. The discussion tries to identify the potential scope and characteristics of new library solutions in this new context. A second part introduces the Executive Lounge, a new library solution developed by the library automation team of the University of Ghent, according to the propositions made in the first part.
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conference
publication status
published
subject
keyword
intranet, cd-rom, library
pages
18 pages
publisher
SAOUG Archive
place of publication
South Africa
conference name
Fourth SA Online 1997
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
C1
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id
1056689
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1056689
alternative location
http://www.saoug.org.za/archive/1997/9703.pdf
date created
2010-10-09 07:21:36
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2017-01-02 09:52:19
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  abstract     = {In the first part, a theoretical discussion points out two main reorientations in the goals of recent library automation. It is stated that technical innovations created possibilities
and needs for new end-user services. A first reorientation, enabled by the combination of LAN and CD-ROM brought libraries into the domain of database networking. A current
reorientation - amongst others - caused by client-server technologies and global information networking, brings libraries into the development of services, aiming at the
disclosure of a new, hybrid information environment. The discussion tries to identify the potential scope and characteristics of new library solutions in this new context. A second part introduces the Executive Lounge, a new library solution developed by the library automation team of the University of Ghent, according to the propositions made in the
first part.},
  author       = {Van De Sompel, Herbert and Hochstenbach, Patrick and De Pessemier, Tobias},
  keyword      = {intranet,cd-rom,library},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {18},
  publisher    = {SAOUG Archive},
  title        = {The hybrid information environment and our Intranet solution to access it},
  url          = {http://www.saoug.org.za/archive/1997/9703.pdf},
  year         = {1997},
}

Chicago
Van De Sompel, Herbert, Patrick Hochstenbach, and Tobias De Pessemier. 1997. “The Hybrid Information Environment and Our Intranet Solution to Access It.” In South Africa: SAOUG Archive.
APA
Van De Sompel, H., Hochstenbach, P., & De Pessemier, T. (1997). The hybrid information environment and our Intranet solution to access it. Presented at the Fourth SA Online 1997, South Africa: SAOUG Archive.
Vancouver
1.
Van De Sompel H, Hochstenbach P, De Pessemier T. The hybrid information environment and our Intranet solution to access it. South Africa: SAOUG Archive; 1997.
MLA
Van De Sompel, Herbert, Patrick Hochstenbach, and Tobias De Pessemier. “The Hybrid Information Environment and Our Intranet Solution to Access It.” South Africa: SAOUG Archive, 1997. Print.