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microfiche

a sheet of film, usually the size of a filing card, on which books, newspapers, documents, etc., can be recorded in miniaturized form

microfiche

[′mī·krə‚fēsh]
(graphic arts)
A microfilm card or sheet used in some information storage systems; consists of a film format about 4 by 6 inches (10 by 15 centimeters) containing microimages of type and other information, with a title heading large enough to be read by the unaided eye.

microfiche

Pronounced "micro-feesh." A 4x6" sheet of film that holds several hundred miniaturized document pages. See micrographics.
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The INIS Collection contains over 1 million microfiche (approximately 17 million pages)
In terms of consumption, the report focuses on the consumption of Microfilm and Microfiche Equipment & Supplies by regions and application.
Since then, microfiche has waned in popularity, partly because of newer digital scanners, but also because of the high cost of equipment.
"We would get permission from town clerks and city clerks to do an inventory of their records, and offered them a free copy of all records on microfiche. We could not have done this without them," Mr.
[4], ii, [1], 6-61, [1] p), Ottawa, ICMH collection de microfiches (no 92392) [Proceedings of a court martial]; Procedures d'une cour d'enquete, sur plainte du Lieut, Colonel Bourdages, contre le Lieut.
ARPC officials are continuing the process by converting 130,000 paper records of nonparticipating Reservists, retirees and discharged members and 6 million microfiche images by a March 31 target date.
That microfiche collection, the Peel Bibliography, became an essential resource for anyone working on the history of the Prairies.
Ginsburg contrasted this with the practice of duplicating journal or magazine runs in a microfiche or microfilm collection, which presents the individual pieces in the same context in which they were originally published.
(Electronic access, microfiche, and other alternatives to maintaining paper copies of the material safety data sheets are permitted as long as no barriers to immediate employee access in each workplace are created by such options.)
The software allows a paper to create a homogeneous XML archive of content, regardless of input format, and then repurpose that content, which can be "introduced from PDFs, old newspapers, microfilm, microfiche, and ...
The Education Resources Information Center, better known as ERIC, has begun digitizing more than 300,000 microfiche documents related to education, including counseling research.
We are now looking at large-scale digitization of microfiche to create electronic documents--and we have a whole collection of microfiche and microform.