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microform

[′mī·krə‚fȯrm]
(graphic arts)
A miniature replica of data, such as microfiche or microfilm.

microform

In micrographics, a medium that contains microminiaturized images such as microfiche and microfilm. See micrographics.
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Anyone who wants to use the microform areas must book one day in advance.
In addition, we have all benefitted from microform and digital access to otherwise inaccessible material.
The patent protects the hardware for the ScanPro2000, a microform scanner used in the world's most prestigious libraries and private companies.
He anticipated that patrons would have direct and immediate access to information stored on paper, videodisc, microform, or on regional, national, and international databases.
Guide to microforms in print 2008; incorporating international microforms in print, supplement.
Reproducing documents in microform or digital formats for preservation and access purposes and expanding online access to archival repositories are putting enormous strains on the current bibliographic record structures.
Complementing its bizhub solutions, KONICA MINOLTA also offers desktop laser printers, microform digital imaging systems, wide-format printers and scanning systems for specialized applications.
Table 3 Market for microfiche, microfilm and other microform readers in the country in question, 2007-2013 (US dollars)
These records include, but are not limited to, drawings, boxed records, back-up tapes, magnetic and microform media, video and audio tapes, miscellaneous printed and stored materials, etc.
He describes new developments in the concepts behind information technology, particularly as they apply to academic and industrial libraries, personal and other computers, library automation, computerized information services, network and communications technology, network topology, the Internet, email, CD-ROMs, microform, and information systems and services.
ProQuest's product lines include Chadwyck-Healey[R], a collection of more than 40 extensive reference resources of the world's literature; UMI[R] microform vault, the largest commercially available microform collection in the world; ProQuest Digital Dissertations; Serials Solutions; and ProQuest Historical Newspapers[TM], an archive of 14 million pages dating as far back as 1764 which includes The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Christian Science Monitor, The Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Tribune, The Atlanta Constitution, The Boston Globe and The Hartford Courant.
Among her topics are library catalogs, contemporary reviews and literary magazines, microform and digital collections, and nationalism and changing implications of words.