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University of Hawaii at Manoa Library System Office Automation Requirements Assessment

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Item Summary

Title: University of Hawaii at Manoa Library System Office Automation Requirements Assessment
Authors: Ogasawara, Todd H.
LC Subject Headings: Libraries--Hawaii--Automation
Microcomputers--Hawaii--Library applications
Issue Date: Jun 1986
Abstract: This report is an assessment of Office Automation (OA) needs and a description of the recommended system that meets those needs for the University of Hawaii at Manoa Libraries (UHML). Most of the approximately 160 UHML Full Time Employees (FTE) currently perform all tasks using traditional manual techniques. Most of the tasks performed by UHML staff would be more efficiently done if microcomputer systems were integrated
into work routines. Some of the tasks that would benefit from the use of microcomputers are report and memo preparation, correspondence, internal electronic communication, record keeping and analysis of staff status, preparation of signs and posters, budget analysis, serials cancellation analysis, reference desk transactions record keeping and analysis, and procedural decision aid. This report identifies tools to assist UHML staff is performing these functions.
Description: Memo, announcement, discussion of proposal to provide independent assessnent of and recommendation for UHM library microcomputer needs in accompanying document
Pages/Duration: 54 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10524/56873
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