OML Macros: Web Presentation Guidelines and Source List
More than 100 macros have been written and made available on the Web since the debut of PFW in 1996. Evidently, OML has benefited many OCLC system users in automating their jobs. Nevertheless, finding the desired macros takes considerable time and effort because Web sites that provide macros present them in widely varied formats. This article presents the Web sites that currently provide macros for sharing, initiates the discussion on Web macro presentation guidelines, evaluates the presented Web sites based on these guidelines, and provides a source list of useful macros specifically for OCLC subsystem applications.
Chang, S. (1999) OML macros: Web Presentation Guidelines and Source List. OCLC Systems & Services, 15(2), 73-80. https://doi.org/10.1108/10650759910276372
Virtual Commons Citation
Chang, Sheau-Hwang (1999). OML Macros: Web Presentation Guidelines and Source List. In Maxwell Library Faculty Publications. Paper 14.
Available at: http://vc.bridgew.edu/library_fac/14