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  • MidtermHardware vs. SoftwareEveryone got this right!

  • LAN

  • ASCII

  • BinaryThe most basic computer code is represented in long strings of 0s and 1s. All computer instructions and data are coded in this binary system. Binary code forms the basis of all computer logic and data processing.

  • ProtocolStandard set of rules and procedures for exchanging data between computers (http, ftp, tcp/ip, smtp)

  • Network2 or more computers connected for data exchangeThere are different network architectures http://webopedia.com/TERM/n/network.html StarPeer-to-peer/ring

  • ASCIIAmerican Standard Code for Information InterchangeStandard character encoding system based on the English language

  • UnicodeStandard universal character encoding system for all characters in all languageshttp://unicode.org/standard/WhatIsUnicode.html

  • Web BrowserSoftware application that locates, decodes and displays Web pages. ExamplesMS Internet ExplorerFirefoxMozillaNetscapeSafari

  • Integrated Library SystemDatabasesPatron or Borrower DatabasePatron or Borrower recordsBibliographic DatabaseItem recordsAuthority recordsOrder recordsSerial recordsBibliographic records

  • AcquisitionsSelectionOrderingBudgetingReceivingPaymentsClaiming and canceling late and unfulfilled ordersGenerate Routing Slips

  • HTTPHypertext Transfer ProtocolUsed for transmitting Web pages

  • Output DevicesMonitorPrinterEarphonesSpeakers

  • OS, Apps and DataOperating System fundamental software that operates the basic functions of the computer and enables the computer to run applications.MS Windows, MAC OS X, Linux etc.Applications software programs for specific functions like word processing, spreadsheets, displaying Web pages etc., all of which process data.Data Information that can be input and stored in files.

  • Bib Records and Item RecordsBibliographic Records catalog records that describe a specific title according to AACR2. Include title, author, publication info, etc.Item Records describe a specific copy of a title in the collection. Multiple item records can be linked to a single bib record. Include barcode number, holding location, circ status etc.

  • Client / ServerClient accesses information off a larger computer called a server.PCServer serves up information to smaller computers called clients.Web Server

  • Records and FieldsA database record of any type may contain numerous fields.A record describes an object such as a bookA field describes a specific type of information regarding that object such as the title or author of the book.

  • Troubleshooting

  • Types of SerialsMagazinesJournalsNewspapersAnnual ReportsHandbooksCalendarsUpdates to loose-leaf publications

  • SerialsISSN International Standard Serial NumberOpenURL standard for linking from a journal citation to full text.

  • Serials ControlDates receivedExpected datesNot received and reasonsMissing issuesNot held by libraryLocation

  • BindingMultiple issues are bound together in one hardcover volume.

  • Checkin Record

  • Claiming Late Issues

  • Creating Check-in RecordsSearch by ISSNCheck title, publisher and ISSNCheck locationAdd location code to bib record if neededView holdingsAttach new holdingsSelect templateFill in prompts

  • Check-in RecordsFixed FieldsFrequencyRenewal monthvendorVariable FieldsNoteCurrent year and previous yearLatest issue on current issue shelvesSingle issue binderInternal noteVendor title

  • Check-in CardExpected DatesFrequencyCover DateExpected DateEnumerationVolumeIssueIssues per volumeNumbering continuityClaiming and BindingDays before claimUnit of bindingBinding delay

  • HoldingsSupplementsIndexes

  • Editing Boxes

  • Check In Issues

  • Electronic Serials Management

  • Class Web Pagehttp://fog.ccsf.edu/~acosta/56.htm