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  1. On being a systems librarian
  2. Sometimes the question is more important than the answer
    • Description: In our profession, sometimes the question is more important than the answer. This column explores ways to better articulate methods for devising search strategies in a globally networked computing environment.
    • Date: 1999-03-16
    • Source: This is as pre-edited article originally published in Computers in Libraries.
    • Subject(s): expert systems;
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  3. Systems administration requires people skills
    • Description: In the future, people responsible for the maintenance of a library's computer hardware and software will have learned to incorporate the principles and practices of librarianship with the principles and practices of systems administration.
    • Date: 1999-01-07
    • Source: This is pre-edited version of Morgan, Eric Lease. "Systems Administration Requires People Skills," Computers in Libraries 19(13):36-37, March 1999.
    • Subject(s): systems administration; librarianship;
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  4. Clarence meets Alcuin
    • Description: This essay outlines the definition of expert systems, describes how this definition has been applied to reference librarianship, and suggests future directions of study.
    • Date: 1996-03-03
    • Source: This text was originally published as Morgan, Eric Lease (1997). Clarence meets Alcuin; or, expert systems are still an option in reference work. In P. Ensor (Ed.), The Cybrarian's manual (pp. 127-134). Chicago: American Library Association.
    • Subject(s): expert systems; fiction; librarianship; articles;
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  5. Creating user-friendly electronic information systems
    • Description: The future of any automated information systems, let them be World Wide Web servers or online public access catalogs (OPACs), will have to include "interactive assistance" features. This article reviews the definition of information systems, describes the concept of interactive assistance, describes how it relates to information systems, and points out a few prototypical examples.
    • Date: 1997-07-10
    • Source: This is a pre-edited edited copy for Eric Lease Morgan, "Creating User-Friendly Electronic Information Systems" Computers In Libraries. 17(8):31-33, September 1997.
    • Subject(s): interactive assistance; information systems design; expert systems;
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Creator: Eric Lease Morgan <>
Date created: 2000-06-20
Date updated: 2010-05-01