Reading/Printing Articles from Microfiche Cards

Fill-in-the-gap exercise

Fill in the gaps with appropriate words. List of words are provided above this exercise.

   microfiche      microform reader/printer      Microforms      micro-images      periodicals      shelving space   

are reduced photographic reproductions of printed material on film (microfilm) or film cards (microfiche) that can be viewed and photocopied using a .

A large number of library resources, especially materials, such as, professional journals, magazines, and newspapers articles, are preserved in a microform format in order to preserve the .

A is a sheet of film containing rows of of pages of printed materials. In order to read or photocopy the printed materials on these microfiches, you need to use the microform reader/printer.