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Description: The widespread use of computerized information storage and retrieval systems has resulted in technicians handling technical services-such as entering catalogue information into the library's computer-that were once performed by librarians. Weihs & Intner's pragmatic approach combines short instructional explanations with extensive examples and exercises. The reader will learn how to apply standard descriptive cataloguing rules, to assign subject headings and classification numbers, and create electronic records.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $39.00
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, LLC
Publication date: 9/23/2009
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.75" long x 0.50" tall
|Functions of the Catalog|
|A Word About the Figures and Exercises|
|Using CIP to Build a Bibliographic Record|
|Looking at a CIP in Detail|
|International Standard Bibliographic Description|
|Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules|
|The Concise AACR2|
|The Future of Descriptive Cataloging|
|Cataloging Tools Mentioned in Chapter 3|
|Choosing the Main Entry/Primary Access Point|
|Choosing Added Entries|
|Establishing Proper Forms for Headings/Access Points|
|Form of Personal Names|
|Form of Corporate Body Names|
|Forms of Geographic Names|
|Forms of Titles|
|Sears and LCSH: A Comparison|
|CIP Records and Subject Headings|
|Choosing Subject Headings|
|Subject Headings for Literary Works|
|LC's Annotated Card Program|
|The Canadian Connection|
|Cataloging Tools Mentioned in Chapter 5|
|DDC and LCC: A Comparison|
|The Dewey Decimal Classification|
|Library of Congress Classification|
|Cataloging Tools Mentioned in Chapter 6|
|Elements of MARC Records|
|Cataloging Tools Mentioned in Chapter 7|
|Overview of the Operation|