Online catalog is the electronic version of the library's card catalog. XPLORE shows what books, journals, videos, CDs, etc.which Xavier owns.
Electronic list of the holdings of a library.
An electronic or digitized version of a library's card catalog. The UT Austin online catalog is called the UTNetCAT.
A library catalog whose records are in machine-readable (digital) format and maintained on a computer which provides interactive access via terminals or PCs which are in direct, continuous communication with the computer during each transaction.
The in-house database of machine-readable catalog records, covering items cataloged for any PUL location from January 1980 on. We have acquired software for the Online Catalog from Ameritech. The Online Catalog can be searched by author, title, subject, call number, or keyword.
A computerized system for finding out what materials are owned by the library, the call number, location, and whether or not the item is checked out.
A library catalog that is on a computer instead of being on index cards. DMCNet is our online catalog. Also known as OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog)
a catalog that is accessible via the internet
a computerized listing of this library's materials--books, government documents, and sound recordings
a record of the holdings of an institution (usually a library), or group of institutions, that can be found on the internet
a version of the paper catalog that can be viewed on the Internet
A catalog in electronic (machine-readable) format and accessible online. Also known as an Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC).
an automated database of records describing and locating the materials (books, videos, music cds, print journals, and selected digital resources) contained in the library collection. Searching can be conducted by author, title, keyword, and subject.
A searchable, computerized database of materials owned by a library and displaying the call number and location of the material. The current MCC Online Catalog system is called Horizon Information Portal.
Searchable database usually with photographs.
The publicly searchable computer system that stores the bibliographic records for a library's materials. See also catalog.
A computer database of items that a library owns. ILLINET Online is the online catalog for the University of Illinois and several other libraries within the state.
A computerized catalog of a library's collections. The online catalog for the Guarini Library is OSCAR.
The electronic equivalent of a card catalog. At the Prescott College Library, the online catalog is accessed via the Find Books link.
An electronic or digitized version of a library's card catalog. The Terrebonne Parish Library's online catalog is called the TESS. It is the database that contains records that refer to the many materials held by Terrebonne Parish Library.
a library catalog in the form of an electronic database. WebLUIS is FSU's online catalog.
Computer database that lists the holdings of a library. Sometimes referred to as an “online public access catalog” or “OPAC.” At USD's I.D.Weeks Library, the online catalog is called "WebPals."
An automated version of a manual card catalog that offers additional search options (e.g., keyword and Library of Congress number, as well as author, title, and subject).
A library catalog stored and maintained in a computer. UF's online catalog helps you locate books by subject area, and will tell you where a magazine is shelved. "Card catalogs" are usually only found in small libraries or collections these days.
A catalog of library records in machine-readable form accessed by a computer.
electronic, searchable database which contains a listing of the library's collection.
The database that lists the books available in a given library or library district. This is the electronic equivalent of the card catalog.
a database containing records for each piece of library material owned by a given library.
an electronic resource that provides access to materials within a single library's or group of libraries' collections, comparable to a card catalog but far more powerful. Online catalogs typically include books, journal titles, and audiovisuals. They also index government documents and theses, but they never index journal articles; databases index articles.
A database of material (books, journals, magazines, etc.) owned by a library. The online catalog of any given library is available to the public 24 hours a day. Using this tool you can find out if a particular book, magazine, journal, movie, etc., is owned by the library and whether it is available for use. You can use an online catalog for libraries near where you live or work to see if a particular item you discovered by searching the library databases is available for your use.
An online catalog is a computer database that allows users to retrieve information about materials owned by a particular library. DELCAT is the online catalog that lists materials owned by the University of Delaware Library.
Also referred to as an "online public access catalog." A computer-based library card catalog designed to be accessed via terminals. The University of Central Florida Libraries has an online catalog as opposed to the traditional card catalog.
The former card catalog now connected to a computer service. In Gelman it is part of the ALADIN system.
Not to be confused with TULIPS, the online catalog is only one, substantial component of the TULIPS system. The online catalog reflects the materials that are owned by the Tufts libraries. You can search it by author, title, subject, keyword, or call number. NOTE: To search for periodical articles, use a periodicals database, not the online catalog.
An electronic catalog of the schoolâ€™s collection of materials maintained by the school library media center staff. It features a search interface and is accessible through a local or wide area network.
a library catalog in the form of an electronic database, with the information in machine-readable format. See OPAC.
A computerized, electronic, automated catalog that contains the items available in a library. Older libraries may still use the "card" catalog which requires patrons to search for titles through a collection of cards.
see Library Catalog
A computerized listing of materials, usually books, available in a library
(also known as an OPAC) A catalog of library items in machine-readable format.
An online database containing records of the materials owned by the libraries. The University Libraries Online Catalog is called "Chinook".
An online catalog, sometimes called an OPAC, is the library's database that you use to search for items that the library owns. You may perform a variety of searches using the online catalog, including author, title, keyword, and subject searches. Academic libraries often have unique names for their online catalogs such as KentLINK, OSCAR, and ALICE.
A computerized database which usually can be searched by various search methods such as author, title, subject, or call number to find out what a library owns. Online catalogs will display the call number and the location of the material. Our online catalog is called I-SHARE.
a library catalog that is available through a computer instead of a card file. Catalogs tell you what the library owns, where the item is located, and if the item is checked out.
an online database containing records of the materials owned by the libraries. Most, but not all materials are included in UNC's online catalog, so you may need to refer to the card catalog.
A catalog of bibliographic records in machine-readable form, maintained in a computer system and permitting interactive access through terminals which are in direct and continuing communication with the computer for the duration of the transaction.
Similar to an online library or databases in the information storage respect, â€˜â€™â€™online catalogsâ€™â€™â€™ allow potential customers to browse a companyâ€™s items for sale from a different location using the internet.