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microform

(mī′krō-fŏrm″) [″ + ″]
An incomplete or minor expression of a trait or illness.
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Unknown to the microfilm community at the time, temperature and humidity fluctuations were slowly destroying the quality and integrity of their microforms.
One role of the liaison is to maintain a Web page that highlights library resources that are important to the department, such as databases, microform sets, and reference sets.
In essence, he argues that the crisis is not with paper-based books and other similar publications, but with the long-term archival longevity of microform and digital copies.
Libraries have adapted to storage on paper, microform, and audiovisual formats within our collections.
Find out more about the new Wicks and Wilson Uscan, the firm's first on-demand microform patron scanner.
Similarly, microforms with a projected longevity of 500 years store large quantities of records in a small space.
Guide to microforms in print 2008; incorporating international microforms in print, supplement.
aaaa aaaaa Other spaces open to the public are devoted to magazines, posters, stamps, postal cards, digital documents, microforms, and printed papers in addition to a multimedia space.a a aaa The national library, which is also entrusted with elaborating the national bibliography and acquiring national and foreign documents, will provide bibliographic information by making use of new technologies in order to facilitate access to other national and foreign libraries and promote distance documentation.
The assignment details were sent to the librarians, assistants, and students who provide service at the Circulation, Reference, Microforms, and Government Documents areas via an e-mail message.