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Direct vs. remote access

1.

Direct access: local, tangible

A tangible, physical carrier can be handled or described

Must be inserted into a computerized device or attached peripheral

Examples: CD-ROMs, DVD-ROMs, diskettes

Remote access: networked, intangible

No tangible, physical carrier can be handled or described

Must use an input-output device (e.g., terminal):

connected to a computer system (e.g., network) or

that uses resources stored in a hard disk or other storage device

Examples: Web sites, online databases, online documents, etc.

Electronic resources can be treated in one of two ways for cataloging purposes:

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