When I arrived as his successor in 1982, I found numerous slips in the card catalog
for orders placed up to the previous day, not because Kostas was reluctant to relinquish control but because he wanted to ensure the integrity of the collection.
Contract award: acquisition of saddlery, textiles supplies, tools and specific hardware needed for maintenance workshops of hosts via an electronic card catalog
and purchase level iii.
The library's signature service, its catalog, uses rules for cataloging that are remnants of a long-departed technology: the card catalog
Part of my job was to refile the card catalog
every night, which I hated.
Hampshire's collection, stored in an old card catalog
and currently featuring a dozen easy-to-harvest plants, may be the first of its kind in an academic library.
The new gift card API allows B2B program buyers and clients in the loyalty, rewards, incentive, benefit, and membership industries to quickly integrate with NGC's gift card catalog
and send ngceCodes in real time to program participants.
The best way to describe it is to think of a card catalog
in a library.
Visit the second floor of the library and you will find an old-fashioned card catalog
cabinet filled with seeds of flowers, herbs and edibles plants.
But lurking beyond the reach of the card catalog
are thousands of materials such as reports, factsheets, newsletters, meeting transcripts, lesson plans, presentations, manuals, and interactive websites--so-called "fugitive literature"--that have never darkened the library's door.
Before computers were in wide use, librarians indexed documents with a few key words-the ones that appeared in a card catalog
No one ever messed with the card catalog
before, but this is a different animal," explains Margaret Lynch, the assistant deputy director for technical services at the library.
Many users see the Internet as a giant library that never closes, lacks a card catalog
, has all its books shelved helter-skelter and often classifies titles in an esoteric code.