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A-V Online from OvidA-V Online from Ovid (formerly SilverPlatter) is a comprehensive database of educational audiovisual materials for educators, market analysts, trainers, journalists and media specialists. Media types covered include videocassettes, DVDs, CD-ROMs, films, audio cassettes, and other nonprint educational media. Also includes motivational and recreational programming, documentaries, genre classics and independent avant-garde productions.
Ovid is a global information company that publishes reference databases in electronic formats to provide librarians and knowledge workers in research-oriented organizations with excellent searching, accurate results and seamless links to full content. Using the Internet, Intranets and client/server technology, they combine breakthrough search, retrieval, networking and administrative technology with a comprehensive selection of academic, scientific, medical, business and technical reference databases.
A-V MARC from The Library Corporation
A-V MARC from The Library Corporation is a database of bibliographic records in MARC format for use in cataloging media collections. Media types covered include videocassettes, DVDs, CD-ROMs, films, audio cassettes, and other nonprint educational media. Also includes motivational and recreational programming, documentaries, genre classics and independent avant-garde productions.
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Since 1975 The Library Corporation has provided services to the world's library community. Throughout the seventies and early eighties TLC provided MARCFICHE to more than 5000 libraries worldwide.
In 1985 TLC was recognized as the first organization in the world to successfully apply CD-ROM technology to the storage of data. That product, BiblioFile Cataloging, quickly became the most popular desktop cataloging tool in the history of library technical services.
In 1987, TLC introduced the world's first multimedia CD-ROM OPAC, The Intelligent Catalog. With context-sensitive, spoken help messages, and lightning fast search speed, The Intelligent Catalog was a huge success. Shortly thereafter, BiblioFile Circulation was released to round out our full line of PC-based automation solutions. TLC currently processes over 4.2 billion MARC records each year.
In 1995, TLC once again took advantage of emerging technological advances. ITS.forWindows, the successor to BiblioFile Cataloging, features an easy to use graphical interface in a familiar Windows environment. Its rich capabilities have won it continuous praise and thousands of users worldwide.
Today, ITS.forWindows boasts Z39.50 client capabilities allowing access to on-line MARC data from around the world.