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Local area networks: Internet access & Intranet services


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Abstract: From the conference program: Many libraries have developed local area networks for their library automation systems and for office automation needs. This half day workshop deals with integrating Internet services into those existing library networks. It presents information on how to prepare such networks for access to the Internet and how to integrate them into organizational intranets. The Internet and intranets are based on TCP/IP networking methods and on Web-based services. The workshop will teach the basics of these networking methods, emphasize the development of local web servers and gateways for delivering library services via web browsers, and will include the Web-gateways that are now available for almost all integrated library systems.

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Publication Year:1997
Type of Material:Presentation
Language English
Issue:March 9, 1997
Publisher:Information Today
Place of Publication:Arlington, VA
Notes:Preconference workshop
Conference:12 Annual Computers in Libraries '97
Subject: Local area networks
Internet access -- methods
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Record Number:8466
Last Update:2012-12-29 14:06:47
Date Created:0000-00-00 00:00:00