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microform

(mī′krō-fŏrm″) [″ + ″]
An incomplete or minor expression of a trait or illness.
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The good news is that with the advent and continued improvements in microform digitisation, digital storage and image hosting, agencies and organisations can move quickly to preserve and rescue deteriorating microfilm collections, thus allowing a true preservation of the past by keeping pace with the future.
At initial consideration, microforms seem like yesterday's technology for tomorrow's challenges--a time warp.
Microforms in libraries: a manual for evaluation and management.
The emotional inspiration comes from Baker's love of old newspapers and his concern with the inadequacy of microform and digital copies.
Since it only talks about distribution through third-party online hosts, the actual newspaper--both the physical issue and microform editions--are untouched.
Microform Imaging Ltd, based in East Ardsley, have over 50 years' experience and provide one of the most comprehensive, multidocument scanning and microfilming services in the UK.
But Neil was on hand to demonstrate the state of the art technology that Microform Imaging is now pioneering.
Tenders are invited for Scan Pro 1100 Digital Microform Scanner (No Exceptions)
He asserted that as homosexuality is a disease, as each vaccination produces homosexuality, as it prevents the formation of one's personality, saying that it is a microform of autism.
Along with very good advice about the benefits and limits of online resources, he also helps readers though more traditional stocks of information, such as literary research guides, union library compilations, print (and online) bibliographies, archives and collections of manuscripts, microform and digitization projects, school projects, periodicals, newspaper reviews, and specific web resources.
sales of published and distributed electronic, print, and microform products to academic, public, government, and medical school libraries as well as consortial groups.
Much of the library's holdings are available on microform and can be borrowed through interlibrary loan at a local public or academic library.