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Page 2 of Science Trends Vol. 53, Issue 8 [page]

1985 Science Trends  
to reshape their product lines in search of eS what is proving to be an elusive market." » (For further information, a 19l-page study, Videodisc and Optical Digital Disk Technologies and Their Applications  ...  The study, concentrating on videodisc and optical digital disk technologies, contends that even the library market "is unlikely to provide sufficient critical mass to serve as the launching pad from which  ... 

CD-ROM: Expanding and shrinking resource based learning

John Hedberg
1989 Australasian Journal of Educational Technology  
<span>Over the past few years there has been a rapid development in the integration and sophistication of technologies that can be used for learning.  ...  collections, software libraries, and computer-based instruction including animated sequences.  ...  (CLB) Videodisc and Optical Digital Disk Technologies and Their Applications in Libraries.  ... 
doi:10.14742/ajet.2338 fatcat:j3zrb6er2fgyll522pcoqwvyoy

Page 2 of Science Trends Vol. 55, Issue 21 [page]

1986 Science Trends  
Telephone: 202/334-3313.) we (Videodisc and Optical Digital Disk Technologies and Their Applications in Lib- raries, 1986 Update, available at $25 from American Library Assn., Publishing Services, 50 E  ...  A new study funded by the Council on Library Resources outlines the options available now or in the near future for applications of optical media, including videodiscs, compact disks, and optical digital  ... 

Page 27 of The Journal of Information and Image Management Vol. 19, Issue 10 [page]

1986 The Journal of Information and Image Management  
@ Digital Imaging at the @ Library of Congress by Basil Manns and Tamara Swora the Library of Congress i tis fitting that major experimentation in the use of optical disk storage technology for library  ...  a digital imaging system suitable for the transfer of text based library materials and their electronic delivery, and to Sony Corporation for an analog system.  ... 

Page 15 of Educause Quarterly : EQ Vol. 9, Issue 4 [page]

1986 Educause Quarterly : EQ  
Storage and Retrieval Via Optical Disc Technology The first widespread application of optical or laser disc technology was the videodisc.  ...  , and optical disc?  ... 

Page 20 of The Information Management Journal Vol. 19, Issue 1 [page]

1985 The Information Management Journal  
(Continued from page 18) CONCLUSION ON DIGITAL OPTICAL DISKS The first application planned by manufacturers for the digital optical disk is a mass storage memory for microprocessors.  ...  SELECTIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PUBLISHED AND NON-PUBLISHED TEXTS Alan Horder, “VideodiscsTheir Application to Information Storage and Retrieval.” NRCd Publication No. 17. 2nd edition 1981.  ... 

The Videodisk: Technology, Applications, and Some Implications for Archives

Dominic Bui
1984 The American Archivist  
As a medium of information storage and retrieval, the video or optical disk affords certain advantages such as high-density storage capabilities, image stability, and speed of recall.  ...  Also considered are the experimental and exploratory uses of the videodisk for archival purposes as conducted in pilot programs by the Public Archives of Canada and by the Library of Congress.  ...  (Littleton, Colo.: Libraries Unlimited, 1978) , 185-202. 'Alan Horder, Video Discs-Their Application to Information Storage and Retrieval.  ... 
doi:10.17723/aarc.47.4.l42124h4430636u8 fatcat:54h4qq2dnvclzps4atkxby4wfi

Page 3 of Library Resources & Technical Services Vol. 32, Issue 4 [page]

1988 Library Resources & Technical Services  
McQueen, Judy, and Richard W. Boss. Videodisc and Optical Disk Technologies and Their Applications in Libraries, 1986 Update. Chicago: American Library Assn., 1986. . Major Microforms Project.  ...  Library of Congress Optical Disk Program Digital Imaging Sys- tem. Input System for Optical Disk (ISOD): User Guides. Washington, D.C.: Li- brary of Congress, 1987. .  ... 

Financing Information Services: Problems, Changing Approaches, and New Opportunities for Academic and Research Libraries (Book Review)

Julia Gelfand
1986 College and Research Libraries  
companies; and library applications of optical digital disk technology at Jay E.  ...  Further inf()ffllation on ordering documents and on current postage charges may be obtained from a recent issue of Resources in Education. and Optical Disk Technologies and Their Applications in Libraries  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl_47_01_98 fatcat:mytmlqpj7ff6paelnbo776pt7q


American Library Association
2020 College & research libraries news  
Videodisc and Optical Digital Disk Technolo ies and Their Implications in Libraries, by Judy cQueen and Richard W.  ...  The technologies discussed in lude videodiscs, interactive videodiscs, recording igital data on videodisc, videodisc production, ompact audio discs and CD-ROM, videodiscs and D-ROM as digital publishing  ... 
doi:10.5860/crln.47.9.618 fatcat:avj3akh4ivazfpn7lsz5dk5lmq

Abstracts; Other Publications

1986 College and Research Libraries  
companies; and library applications of optical digital disk technology at We made a good thing better.  ...  Videodisc and Optical Disk Technologies and Their Applications in Libraries. A Report to the Council on Library Re- sources. Information Systems Consul- tants, Washington, D.C., 1985. 200p.  ...  SENATE COM I INGS Despite their value, transcripts of many U.S. congressional hearings have never been printed and made available to the public. Until now.  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl_47_01_recent_publications fatcat:w6preshchjaspierep6ynrb644

Library of Congress Staff Test Optical Disk System (Research Note)

Victoria Ann Reich, Melissa Ann Betcher
1986 College and Research Libraries  
The Library of Congress has four optical disk reader stations that allow patrons to view and print document images at a resolution of 150 by 300 lines per inch.  ...  Some problems were experienced viewing nontextual materials, and care in choosing materials for inclusion onto the system is recommended.  ...  The pilot program, begun in late 1982, is a four-year program designed to assess the applicability of digital optical disk technology to library services and preservation.  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl_47_04_385 fatcat:7woemze2zfdz5lm4cl7db4vxs4

The ERIC Database on the Use of Technology in Teacher Education

Dorothy Stewart
1989 Journal of Teacher Education  
— especially microcomputers, to videotapes, and to optical disk — based media (CD-ROM, videodiscs, and optical disks).  ...  The author focuses on new applica- tions of digital optical disk storage technologies on CD-ROM (Compact Disk-Read Only Memory), CD-I (Compact Disk-Interactive), and DV- I (Digital Video-Interactive).  ... 
doi:10.1177/002248718904000406 fatcat:fkuvepcapjburmjxnazl67sdbe

Back Matter

IALLT Editors
1993 IALLT Journal of Language Learning Technologies  
Sony MDP-1150 As manufacturers improve their understanding of hardware applications in your classroom and refine their products, technology becomes more transparent, allowing the real reason for its existence  ...  The Sony MDP-1150 looks to be a good step in that direction. This one machine features universal playback of12" and 8" videodiscs,5" CDV discs,5" and 3" digital CD audio discs.  ...  Montevidisco Interactive videodisc program designed to simulate authentic conversations with Mexicans in their native surroundings.  ... 
doi:10.17161/iallt.v26i2.9510 fatcat:ryssco4stzfizfd7djmcjz27kq

Page 61 of Library & Information Science Abstracts Vol. , Issue 9 [page]

1994 Library & Information Science Abstracts  
Discusses decisions about the use of digital and analog systems, describes project implementation and development, and considers the advantages and drawbacks of optical disc technology as experienced by  ...  (LT) 9409413 Finding aids and photographs: a case study in the use of analog optical disc technology to improve access to historical images. M. B. Moir. Archivaria, (36) Autumn 93, p.74-86. il.refs.  ... 
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