global resource sharing

global resource sharing

[′glō·bəl ri′sȯrs ‚sher·iŋ]
(computer science)
The ability of all of the users of a local-area network to share any of the resources (storage devices, input/output devices, and so forth) connected to the network.
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describe how librarians can introduce, maintain, and improve global resource sharing.
The National Library of Australia and OCLC also intend to examine further opportunities for global resource sharing.
Global Resource Sharing provides librarians and library managers with a comprehensive background in and summary of the issues involved in global resource sharing.
includes examples of successful and innovative global resource sharing initiatives
As part of its commitment to promote global resource sharing, Data Research has offered free access to its Library of Congress databases (now housed on the Alpha AXP machine) for more than three years.
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