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Fri Mar 21 17:10:38 2014 UTClccn-n800258770.00OCLC staff farewell Dr. K. Wayne Smith0.580.96What the OCLC Online Union Catalog means to me39598460n 80025877Smith, K. WayneSmith, Kermit W.Smith, Kermit Waynelccn-n79139168Enthoven, Alain C.1930-lccn-n78015294OCLClccn-n82245514Newcomen Society of the United Stateslccn-n79021946United StatesDepartment of Defenselccn-n79063183Verba, Sidneylccn-no94040731Franklin, Hardy R.lccn-n87910974Eaton, Nancy L.1943-np-deschamps, christineDeschamps, Christinelccn-n87101881Penniman, W. Davidlccn-nr89009313Law, Derek G.Smith, K. WayneHistoryConference proceedingsUnited StatesMilitary policyLibrary information networksOCLCUnited States.--Department of DefenseMilitary planningLibraries--Data processingInformation networksLibraries--AutomationLibraries--Aims and objectivesLibrary cooperationLibraries--Technological innovationsPastoral theologyDrug abuseAlcoholismClergy--Finance, PersonalHealth facilities--FinanceChristianity and politicsPastoral medicineChurch work with the sickPastoral counselingSmith, K. WayneChaplains, HospitalInformation technologyTelecommunication in librariesLibraries and societyPolitical questions and judicial powerNew JerseyCourtsLibrary scienceSpecial librariesMilitary administration1900196419651971197219741980198119821983198419881991199419961997199820002005201416172658355.033573UA2391913ocn000121572book19710.59Enthoven, Alain CHow much is enough? Shaping the defense program, 1961-1969HistoryOriginally published in 1971, and now published with a new foreword, this is a book of enduring value and lasting relevance. The authors detail the application, history, and controversies surrounding the Planning, Programming, and Budgeting System (PPBS), used to evaluate military needs and to choose among alternatives for meeting those needs+-+01738588352672ocn038204416book19970.66Smith, K. WayneOCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc. : furthering access to the world's information for 30 yearsHistory23612ocn038732191book19980.47OCLCOCLC, 1967-1997 : thirty years of furthering access to the world's informationHistory+-+5180554325943ocn031164199visu19940.47International Videoconference on the Electronic LibraryOCLC and its regional networks present an International Videoconference on the Electronic Library Tuesday, October 4, 1994, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Eastern time, U.SConference proceedingsThis videoconference, emanating from Mills/James (Hilliard, Ohio) with the participation of over 650 downlink sites, focuses on the broad implications of the electronic library in the areas of reference, cataloging, resource sharing, electronic publishing and education404ocn031354149visu19940.79International Videoconference on the Electronic LibraryThe Electronic library international videoconferenceConference proceedingsA teleconference held October 4, 1994 to consider the impact of rapidly developing automation on libraries and the broad professional implications of the next stage of the electronic library. Discussed are leadership roles in staff training for future developments, the role of libraries in the information highway, the relationship of libraries to society, funding the new technology, role of authors and institutions in the change, lessons of the past, choices and change in how libraries operate and behave in adapting to the electronic library, problems of integration and collaboration, document delivery and interlibrary loan103ocn006699475book19640.56Smith, K. WayneThe politics of judicial reform in New Jersey81ocn870226948file20140.47Smith, K. WayneOclc 1967 Thirty Years of Furthering Access to the World's InformationIn OCLC 1967--1997: Thirty Years of Furthering Access to the World's Information, you'll see how libraries, librarians, and librarianship have changed dramatically since the late sixties, when OCLC was founded as a nonprofit, membership, computer library service and research organization. You'll also see how far information professionals have come in their common crusade to provide access to the ever-expanding body of information worldwide. OCLC 1967--1997 gives you both a look back and a look forward across thirty years of continuous technological change as OCLC grows from an Ohio n81ocn010389848rcrd19840.59Anderson, Carl LPastoral care and substance abuse71ocn010401667rcrd19810.59Wylie, L. JamesDealing with uncle income tax, social security and government relations51ocn032186607book19940.92International Videoconference on the Electronic LibraryTranscript of the International Videoconference on the Electronic Library : October 4, 1994Conference proceedingsThis videoconference, emanating from Mills/James (Hilliard, Ohio) with the participation of over 650 downlink sites, focuses on the broad implications of the electronic library in the areas of reference, cataloging, resource sharing, electronic publishing and education41ocn163812008book19980.27OCLCOCLC 1967-1997 : thirty years of furthering access to the world's information41ocn010055174rcrd19830.47Smith, K. WayneThe development of standards for pastoral care departments a history22ocn067530224com19740.92Enthoven, Alain CMeḥir ha-biṭaḥon ʻitsuv mediniyut ha-biṭaḥon shel A.R.H.B. 1961-196921ocn042487399visu19940.23OCLC and its regional networks present an international videoconference on the electronic libraryRecords a videoconference dealing with the role of libraries in the age of electronic information. K. Wayne Smith, Pres. and CEO of OCLC, gives some thoughts on the electronic library and Sidney Verba, Library Dir. at Harvard, discusses at length the future of the library. A panel of library leaders then fields questions on a variety of issues. Topics include: equality of access, ILL, subject access, censorship, nature of electronic information, the Internet, libraries of the future. Susan King acts as moderator11ocn067524110book19710.47Enthoven, Alain CharlesHow much is enough? Shaping the defense program, 1961-'6911ocn397059625book1998OCLC 1967-1997 : thirty years of furthing access to the world's information+-+518055432511ocn035201664visu19960.96What the OCLC Online Union Catalog means to meSpeech given by K. Wayne Smith at the OCLC President's Luncheon, ALA Annual Conference, July 8, 1996, New York City11ocn009640960book19820.47American Protestant Hospital AssociationProceedings of the annual convention, College of Chaplains, Louisville, Kentucky, March 14-17, 1982Conference proceedings11ocn007950689book19810.47American Protestant Hospital AssociationProceedings of the annual convention, College of Chaplains, San Antonio, Texas, March 1-4, 1981Conference proceedings11ocn007950792book19800.47American Protestant Hospital AssociationProceedings of the annual convention, College of Chaplains, St. Louis, Missouri, March 9-13, 1980Conference proceedings11ocn668302370book1991Dublin magazine11ocn773310426visu1998OCLC staff farewell Dr. K. Wayne Smith :11ocn043572087book1998The wit and wisdom of Dr. K. Wayne SmithQuotations11ocn773309771visu1998K. Wayne Smith tribute01ocn019037408visu1988New OCLC president introduced to library communityFeatures K. Wayne Smith. Highlights of a reception held during the American Library Association Midwinter Conference in Washington, D.C., January, 1989, to introduce OCLC's new president and CEO to the library community+-+5180554325+-+5180554325Fri Mar 21 15:21:33 EDT 2014batch14007