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Over the past year HCLL has also experimented with CD-ROM offerings.
HCLL also makes use of sophisticated, automated technical services to support their overall information manangement needs.
HCLL, like many other libraries, uses Innovative Interfaces Incorporated's INNOPAC online catalog.
We do some authority work, we revise subject headings, we basically edit the record on OCLC to get it to look the way we want it." Once the OCLC records is in the correct HCLL format, with the correct numbers and authority headings, HCLL downloads or "exports" the record from the OCLC system to INNOPAC.
HCLL's circulation system uses INNOPAC's bibliographic records as the source of its automated circulation system.
And, of course, one of the features which HCLL patrons don't appreciate as much as the HCLL staff, is INNOPAC's automated overdue module.
At least initially, HCLL plans on automating their serials management function.
While managing the HCLL catalog, circulation, and bar coding is considered part of technical services, it is easy to see how these areas actually overlap, or complement, the public services portion of HCLL's overall function.
This indicates that the automation of HCLL's technical services function is a task in process.
Finnaly, HCLL's use of automated administrative procedures enables it to keep up with the wide assortment of adminstrative tasks required to operate a library of its size.
In addition, the HCLL's budget is actually part of a larger county government system.
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