GODORT OF MICHIGAN NEWS
JUNE 1995

Table of Contents

  1. Annual Report of the President Sally Lawler (June 1995)
  2. Other Reports (June 1995)
  3. Award Presentations (June 1995)
  4. Grace York and Sue Davidsen, Paul Thurston Award Winners (June 1995)
  5. F. Anne Diamond, Lifetime Achievement Winner (June 1995)
  6. Jon Harrison, Jennie Award Winner (June 1995)
  7. Election Results for 1995/96 (June 1995)
  8. Documents Processing in Federal Depository Libraries, Fall 1994 Meeting Recap (June 1995)


(1) Godort of Michigan Annual Meeting Highlights:
Annual Report of the President

This has been an exceptional year for the Government Documents Round Table of Michigan, thanks to the able leadership of President-Elect Cass Hartnett and the stability of the organization in general.

In September, we were off to a great start with a nationally known keynote speaker, Sheila McGarr, Chief of Depository Services, who presented a history of inspections at the beautiful Bellemont Manor at Albion College. Sheila not only provided background and directives, but stimulated discussion around a draft of the self- study she provided.

The afternoon focused around the discussion topic "Is your library loading online records for U.S. documents and how is it going?". In round-robin fashion much information was shared. [See page 6 and 7 for a summary.]

The Winter Meeting at Cooley Law School in Lansing was a tour de force. It was designed to be a refresher course and succeeded in drawing high-level presentations from the membership and the largest attendance in recent memory. With overheads and handouts documents librarians presented their favorite reference tools such as Vital and Health Statistics, Federal Register, Code of Federal Regulations, Statistical Abstract, and Statutes at Large, to name a few. In the audience were many reference librarians who enjoyed the back-to-library-school theme as much as the documents librarians did. Following the program, a reception was held honoring Carole Callard and Anne Diamond, two recent retirees from the Library of Michigan.

Cass Hartnett deserves our heartfelt thanks for orchestrating such an inspirational year. As you all know, she has worked very hard in her capacities as Regional Librarian, Chair of the Michigan Council of Federal Depository Libraries, University of Michigan Library School Instructor, and GODORT President-Elect this year. GODORT benefited from having this already high-profile leader take on the programming of the organization. Cass was exceptionally creative in utilizing her national contacts, her knowledge of regional issues, and her teaching role to bring about a unique year. With her easy-going, relaxed and natural style, she has brought a special warmth to the organization which we all have enjoyed and appreciated.

I would also like to thank those of you who have worked closely with GODORT this year. Carolyn Gaswick, Barb Carmichael, Sharon Bradley, and Debra Jakubiec provided wonderful arrangements for our meetings and brought us closer together with their hospitality. Carolyn Gawwick and Janet Schneider also worked very hard as co- chairs of the Thurston Award Committee. Jon Harrison kept the institutional memory alive with the nationally known RED TAPE, as did Secretary Sandy Calemme with her excellent reports of our meetings. Michael McDonnell served ably as Treasurer, maintaining the membership list and paying our bills. Maria Danna provided the support necessary to make the Lifetime Achievement and Jennie awards active this year. Kim Ranger, Past-President, was my safety net, and contributed a GODORT Manual of Duties. And last but not least, I want to thank those of you who wrote nomination letters for GODORT awards, which will be presented shortly.

All of you have made this a very smooth year for me. Kim promised it would be a light load and it was. My official duties were limited to letters, business meetings, and details around refreshments, awards, and today's election. Even though our publication is called "RED TAPE", somehow we as an organization function very well without a lot of red tape. The fact that so many of you here have been officers in GODORT of Michigan in the past and are still with us, attests to the stability and strength and success of the organization. [All the past and current officers were asked to stand.] Seeing original organizers and members like Jennie Cross, Barbara Hulyk, and Anne Diamond here with us today is very moving and fitting and we thank them for honoring us with their presence.

Respectfully Submitted by Sally Lawler, President, 1994-95.


(2) Other Reports


(3) Award Presentations


(4) A Letter in Support of the Nomination of
Grace York and Sue Davidsen
for the Paul W. Thurston Award

It is my understanding that past Thurston honorees have been recognized for enhancing access to government information through compiling print bibliographies. Given the dramatic changes in information dissemination in recent years, it is appropirate that the present nomination recognizes outstanding acheivement in developing electronic access to federal and state government information. By pioneering Internet access to government information, Grace and Sue have performed a major service to both scholar and non-academic citizens in Michigan, as well as nationwide.

In 1991, Grace began exploring the potential of Gopher software as a means of linking citizens with significant government information. With a clear vision of the potential of Internet access, Grace was an aggressive proponent for the development of the ULIBRARY Gopher supported by the University of Michigan University Library. Early on, she pursued the needed support to provide national access to the Department of Commerce's Economic Bulletin Board. With a commitment to update this file daily, ULIBRARY soon became a widely tapped and much lauded resource for scholars, government agencies, and private citizens across the country.

With the early success of the EBB, Grace moved ahead to mount census data, links to executive agencies, federal legislative information, and significant state government information accessible in electronic form. In 1993, Grace's efforts received important reinformcement from Sue Davidsen's development of the GoMLINK gopher with an emphasis on State of Michigan government resources as well as significant data sources from municipalities within Michigan. Benefiting from the cooperative work style developed by Sue and Grace, both Gophers flourished into what is now recognized as an important national resource. The ULIBRARY Gopher was recently cited by the New York Times as a valuable tool for access to government information and the two gophers are widely cited in guides to the Internet as important resources for users seeking government information.

The gophers now point to timely government information of all sorts. The Republican Party's "Contract with America" was put up prior to the November election and complete electoral results were posted within 24 hours of the polls closing on Election Day. The "Thomas" legislative datafile is accessible via ULIBRARY as is access to White House information and significant executive branch documents and directories.

All of this has been made possible by the exemplary commitment of Grace York and Sue Davidsen to providing timely and accurate access to these government resources. At the recent ALA meetings in Philadelphia, two documents librarians (from Emory University and the University of Maryland) mentioned to me how important the Michigan Gopher has become in their efforts to provide service to users on their campuses. As an institution, the University of Michigan takes pride in the success of the Government Resources section of our Gophers and we are appreciative to Grace and Sue for bringing such favorable support for our Library's efforts. Their efforts have proven to be a significant national contribution for extending access to government information. I call upon the Thurston Committee to take this opportunity to recognize and reward these outstanding contributions of these dedicated librarians.

Letter Submitted by Mark Sandler, Coordinator, Graduate Library Collections and Area Programs, University of Michigan Library, February 11, 1995.

Editor's Note: Judith C. Avery, Reference Librarian, and Richard J. Hathaway, MLink Director, also submitted a letter of recommendation on behalf of Grace York.


(5) A Letter in Support of
F. Anne Diamond's Nomination
for the Godort of Michigan Lifetime Achievement Award

To say that Anne has been a key player in the "documents scene" in Michigan would be an understatement. Anne has been actively involved in federal and state documents work here for twenty years. In February 1995, Anne retired from her leadership position as a regional federal depository librarian at the Library of Michigan, closing a significant chapter of her professional life but leaving the door open to new horizons.

Because Anne Diamond is a mentor figure to me, this nomination letter is a very personal undertaking. However, I am not the only librarian to claim this relationship to Anne. As a colleague and supervisor, she has touched the lives of many, many librarians, library directors, para-professionals, GPO employees, Census staff, State of Michigan employees and student workers -- people from as far away as Arizona and as close to Anne as the next desk over.

Anne started her professional career as a reference librarian at Michigan State University in August 1973. Two years later, she joined the staff of the State Library, as it was then called, in its Government Center unit. In 1978, she would embark upon a sixteen-year phase of her career involving more administrative work in documents and leading Anne into a whirlwind of professional associations, workshop planning, outreach, consulting, and technical support work with other depository libraries.

In May 1991, Anne's title and duties at the Library of Michigan shifted somewhat and her post became that of Government Information Specialist. She played a pivotal role with the State Data Center Program and served on the technical committee for data in the 1992 Michigan KIDS COUNT Data Book.

Anne was an invaluable pinch-hitter during a thirteen-month librarian vacancy at the Detroit Public Library, Michigan's other regional depository. And, notably, she was tapped to edit and/or author several publications, starting with the Michigan Telefax Directory and Acquiring Michigan and U.S. Government Publications: De-Mystifying the Process and moving on to two key manuals in the field, the Federal Depository Library Manual and a Manual for the Michigan State Documents Libraries. Basically, if you're trying to publish a depository manual, talk to Anne Diamond.

Anne managed to serve on a myriad of boards. For seven years, she was on the editorial board for the U.S. Government Periodicals Index. She fulfilled a three year appointment on the Depository Library Council to the Public Printer, and was Chair of our statewide Michigan Council of Federal Depository Libraries, where she helped write the State Plan for documents. Ticking off Anne's professional accomplishments is not as much fun as trying to describe her personality and way of doing things. Anyone who has served on boards with her (on the ALA, MLA, SLA, MSU, or community associations she has been a part of) knows that she is savvy, resourceful, determined, and possessing of a great sense of humor. In nominating her for this award, I know I speak for many people.

Letter Submitted by Cassandra Hartnett, Manager, Government Documents, Detroit Public Library, May 11, 1995.


(6) A Letter in Support of
Jon Harrison's Nomination
for the Godort of Michigan Jennie Award

I nominate Jon Harrison for the Jennie Award for the outstanding job he does in editing RED TAPE. This publication contains a wealth of information that helps me do my job better. I appreciate the summary of meetings, especially those on the national level which I have not yet been able to attend. The timely articles on topics such as the Internet, GPO Access, and the depository library program help keep us up-to-date in areas that are constantly changing. I forward items from the "Odds & Ends" column on to faculty members and other co-workers. Even if some of this information is available on the net or in other sources, Jon pulls it all together in one place, and makes it available to those of us who do not have access to these sources.

I really admire Jon for the commitment he has shown in taking on this responsibility. I'm sure it is a lot of work, yet he consistently puts out a high quality newsletter. From what Sheila McGarr said at the fall meeting, it sounds as if RED TAPE is even making an impression in Washington!

The Jennie Award would be an excellent way to recognize the contribution Jon makes to the documents community in Michigan and beyond.

Letter Submitted by Diane Vander Pol, Documents Librarian, Calvin College and Seminary, September 26, 1994.


(7) Godort of Michigan Election Results

The following people were approved by unanimous acclamation to join returning officers for 1995-96:


(8) Documents Processing in Federal Depository Libraries

Better late than never department! On the following two pages is a table generated from the discussion held at the Fall Meeting of GODORT of Michigan at Albion College. Hope things haven't changed that much since then....


INSTITUTION: ALBION
VENDOR FOR OPAC: III
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: no
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS:
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: ALMA
VENDOR FOR OPAC: DYNIX
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: only those transfering from Documents to Reference
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: OCLC
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: yes
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: BENTON
VENDOR FOR OPAC: writing grant proposal for DYNIX
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: want to
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: hope to get through co-op with WMU
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: CALVIN
VENDOR FOR OPAC: DYNIX
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: OCLC GovDoc Service
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS: have check-in software that provides brief input records

INSTITUTION: CMU
VENDOR FOR OPAC: NOTIS
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: not yet
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS:
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE:
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: COOLEY
VENDOR FOR OPAC: INNOVATIVE
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: no, tape loads downloading OCLC only
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS:
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE:
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: DELTA
VENDOR FOR OPAC: DYNIX
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: just finished retrospective with OCLC, will be switching to MARCIVE
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: Bernan right now, but switching to MARCIVE
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: DCL
VENDOR FOR OPAC: INNOVATIVE
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: OCLC, but talking about another vendor
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS: OPAC not complete yet, will contain documents and all records

INSTITUTION: DPL
VENDOR FOR OPAC: NOTIS
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: used MARCIVE for retrospective project, using OCLC for current records
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS: in retrospect, we loaded to many records, need to clean up database

INSTITUTION: EMU
VENDOR FOR OPAC: NOTIS
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: selectively
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: OCLC (import individual records)
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS: expect to include documents in OPAC eventually

INSTITUTION: FLINT
VENDOR FOR OPAC: DYNIX
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: MARCIVE primarily, OCLC for other
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: MARCIVE (for labels)
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: GRAND RAPIDS
VENDOR FOR OPAC: CLSI
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: no
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: import 5% of collection from OCLC
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS: financial constraints have influenced decisions

INSTITUTION: GVSU
VENDOR FOR OPAC: NOTIS
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: OCLC for retrospective conversion
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: HACKLEY
VENDOR FOR OPAC: AARCS
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: OCLC
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: HFCC
VENDOR FOR OPAC: DYNIX
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: no, but possibly in the future
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS:
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: JACKSON
VENDOR FOR OPAC: DYNIX
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes, current records only
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: OCLC
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS: patron access is being improved with online records

INSTITUTION: KALAMAZOO
VENDOR FOR OPAC: DRA
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: no
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: DRA/OCLC
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: LSSU
VENDOR FOR OPAC: NOTIS
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: OCLC
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: BERNAN
COMMENTS: just started in July, 1994

INSTITUTION: LIBRARY OF MICHIGAN
VENDOR FOR OPAC: NOTIS
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: OCLC - MARCIVE
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: yes
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: LIVONIA
VENDOR FOR OPAC: GEAC
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: no
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS:
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS: have applied for a grant for OCLC MARCIVE

INSTITUTION: MACOMB
VENDOR FOR OPAC: DYNIX
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: no
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS:
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS: MARCIVE order in process

INSTITUTION: MADISON HEIGHTS
VENDOR FOR OPAC: GEAC
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: no, but considering it
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: OCLC
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE:
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: MADONNA
VENDOR FOR OPAC: VTLS
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: OCLC
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE:
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: MARYGROVE
VENDOR FOR OPAC: none
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: no--but "book" material goes on OCLC
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS:
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS: not online

INSTITUTION: MSU
VENDOR FOR OPAC: NOTIS
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS:
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: MTU
VENDOR FOR OPAC:
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS:
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS:
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE:
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: MONROE
VENDOR FOR OPAC: DYNIX or GAYLORD
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: selectively
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS:
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS: Library is currently being automated and should be up and running sometime in 1995

INSTITUTION: NCMC
VENDOR FOR OPAC: SLIMS OCLC 450
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: will import from OCLC
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS: on order (money problems)

INSTITUTION: NMU
VENDOR FOR OPAC: NOTIS
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: MARCIVE (both retroconversion and current records)
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: NMC
VENDOR FOR OPAC: PALS
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: MARCIVE
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS: need to find a more efficient way to delete records

INSTITUTION: OCC
VENDOR FOR OPAC: NOTIS
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: shipping list
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: yes
COMMENTS: we load all documents records we receive on our compact disks

INSTITUTION: OAKLAND CITY
VENDOR FOR OPAC: GEAC
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: OCLC
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: no
COMMENTS: investigated, but decided against it

INSTITUTION: OU
VENDOR FOR OPAC: DCAT-NOTIS
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: OCLC
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: ROYAL OAK
VENDOR FOR OPAC: GEAC, moving to DRA
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: not yet
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS:
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: SAGINAW
VENDOR FOR OPAC: DYNIX
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: have done retrospective project
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: plan to get MARCIVE
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: will get one soon
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: SCHOOLCRAFT
VENDOR FOR OPAC: DYNIX
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: no. We selectively catalog documents and integrate them into the regular collection.
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS:
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: SMC
VENDOR FOR OPAC:
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS:
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS:
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE:
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: ST. CLAIR CITY
VENDOR FOR OPAC: none
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: no
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS:
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS: have not automated yet

INSTITUTION: U-D MERCY
VENDOR FOR OPAC: NOTIS
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: OCLC
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: NONE
COMMENTS: early stages of automation

INSTITUTION: U-D MERCY LAW
VENDOR FOR OPAC: halfway-INNOVATIVE
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: used OCLC service, currently exporting from OCLC
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS: slow retroconversion project underway

INSTITUTION: UM
VENDOR FOR OPAC: NOTIS
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: no
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: OCLC
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS: almost fully cataloged; some catch-up left, for example microfiche backlog, order/pay receipt records in progress, paper shelflist for documents center

INSTITUTION: U-M LAW
VENDOR FOR OPAC: INNOVATIVE
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS:
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: U-M FLINT
VENDOR FOR OPAC:
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS:
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS:
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE:
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: WARREN
VENDOR FOR OPAC: DYNIX
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: do own cataloging, gets overlaid by Oakland (Bibliofile)
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS:

INSTITUTION: WSU
VENDOR FOR OPAC: NOTIS
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: OCLC
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE:
COMMENTS: did so prematurely

INSTITUTION: WSU LAW
VENDOR FOR OPAC: NOTIS
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: OCLC
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: none
COMMENTS: workable, but takes a lot of patience and time

INSTITUTION: WMU
VENDOR FOR OPAC: NOTIS
ARE YOU LOADING ONLINE RECORDS FOR DOCUMENTS: yes
VENDOR FOR DOCUMENTS RECORDS: MARCIVE
SHIPPING LIST SERVICE: yes
COMMENTS: here we go!

Original data for this table collected and compiled by Cass Hartnett. If you wish to change the information in your profile, or update it, simply contact the RED TAPE Editor.

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