0 release include: - RADIUS support in the access points now can tie into college and university library information systems (LIS), adding a new set of criteria for Wi-Fi access based on library membership or overdue status.
What does LIS stand for?
LIS stands for Library Information System
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 203 other meanings of LIS in our Acronym Attic
- Legislative Institution Strengthening
- Legume Information System (National Center for Genome Resources and the USDA Agricultural Research Service)
- Lenders Interactive Services
- Lesbians in Science
- Lethality Test System
- Leven Is Strijd (Dutch: Life Is Struggle)
- Leveraged Internet Services
- Liability Insurance Supplement
- Library and Information Science
- Library and Information Service
- Library Information Systems
- Library Instruction Services (University of Texas at Austin)
- Library of Iterative Solvers for Linear Systems
- Libyan Intelligence Service
- Libyan Internet Society
- License Information System
- Life Imaging Services (Reinach, Switzerland)
- Life Insurance Settlement
- Life Insurance Solution
- Life Is Peachy (Korn album)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Lithuanian Integrated Library Information System LIBIS serves as the basis for the Union Catalogue and enables to form the Lithuanian integrated library information network and to implement integrated projects.
It then presents chapters on topics such as networks, hardware, and software, copyright and plagiarism, Internet filtering and security, and library information systems.
School librarians expand their pages through links to the statewide Oregon School Library Information System, or OSLIS, which is like a play yard containing its own massive public library.
Access to the database is now available on the council's website as part of the library information system.
Primary Research said that editorial for the publication focuses particularly on the acquisition of books, journals, CD-ROM and online services, computers, and library information systems.
Sometimes the frustrations of remote users can be inferred from transaction log data, but usually it is difficult to determine from logs alone if users are satisfied with the outcomes of their remote sessions with digital library information systems.
Ken Herold, the Director of Library Information Systems at the Hamilton College Library, said Hamilton "is very excited by this development and anxious to push the boundaries of this technology.