Minitex/OCLC Mailing (May 2003)

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Minitex/OCLC Mailing (May 2003)

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2003-05

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Minitex

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Table of contents includes: Upcoming OCLC Web Information Sessions; Cataloging Fixed Fee Pricing for 2003-04; Have You Considered OCLC PromptCat?; WebDewey Based on the Enhanced DDC 22 Database as of June 15, 2003; New Sets Available in OCLC WorldCat Collections Sets; Reporting Record Changes/Erros via OCLC Connexion Browser; Subject Heading for War in Iraq; New Service Offered by Contract Cataloging Program; There's No Place Like Holmes - Part 4; ILL Policies Directory News; 125 Millionth ILL Request Received; Ethnic NewsWatch, GenderWatch Database To Be Discontinued on FirstSearch; Translation of the FirstSearch Promotional Toolkit Available; FirstSearch Customizing Tip; Adding Links to Open URL Servers; RefWorks, ProCite and Reference Manager Software Available for Record Export; Interface Changes Make It Easier for Users to Get the Items They Need; Biology Digest Enhancements; Continuing Education Modules Available in CINAHL; Customizing Text of ILL Link in Detailed Record; Digital and Preservation Resources Outreach Service WebSite Renamed.

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Minitex Bibliographic and Technical Services Unit. (2003). Minitex/OCLC Mailing (May 2003). Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/146576.

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