kk at harborcom.net
Thu Dec 11 14:14:40 EST 1997
Not a web question, but maybe someone's done this before.
I'm volunteering to reorganize and revitalize a tiny fine
arts library collection at a non-profit agency. About
2000 volumes, mostly musical scores and books. About half
the collection has been cataloged in LC.
I would like to computerize collection access, but we don't
need and can't afford a full-fledged automated system. I
was thinking a good database for searching and then still
used a manual card check-out system. Is there a database
that can be set up to accept Marc fields which could be
dumped at a later date into another automated system, or
would we have to start from scratch?
Since I'm doing this as a volunteer, I'm expecting a lot of
time to elapse before the whole project is done.
Thanks for the input.
Mentor Public Library
kk at harbocom.net
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