The purpose of the syllabus is to provide current and historical practices in descriptive cataloging specific to serials and integrating resources. The syllabus will require two or more class periods, depending upon the depth of coverage provided on the topics.
It is assumed that the basics of descriptive cataloging, MARC, and the various cataloging tools e. Chan, Lois Mai. Cataloging and Classification: An Introduction. Lanham, Md. A Guide to the Library of Congress Classification.
Future Trends and Issues Challenges and emerging trends in serials cataloging Challenges and emerging trends in integrating resources cataloging Selected Bibliography for Serials and Integrating Resources Cataloging I. Columbia, Mo. Margaret made the first revision before leaving the committee, and Dajin went on to further revise the syllabus substantially with a significant contribution to the content and a huge enlargement of the bibliography. Multiple URLs in one record, more than one for back issues plus at least one for recent issues :. For online IRs always indicate source of title proper in a separate note, including date viewed, but without indicating publisher or service provider. Editing Instructions. Select an item for copying and click OK.
Englewood, Colo. Westport, Conn. Taylor, Arlene G. Introduction to Cataloging and Classification. The Organization of Information. Program for Cooperative Cataloging.
Washington, D. Module Weitz, Jay. National Information Standards Organization. Bethesda, Md. Serials Holdings Workshop: Training Materials. Older version at: www.
Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules. Chapter 12, Continuing Resources. Genereux, Cecilia and Paul D. Notes for Serials Cataloging.
Santa Barbara, Calif. Hirons, Jean L. Library of Congress Rule Interpretations.
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"Serials and continuing resources catalogers have reason to celebrate. After more than 10 years, Notes for Serials Cataloging has been updated and revised. The last decade has brought a great deal of change to serials and to scholarly communication as a whole. Serials have gone online or online only with a.
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test.islandsailingclub.co.uk/wp-content/camera/4610.php Summary Since publication of the first edition of the "Serials Cataloging Handbook", a number of major changes have occurred in the world of serials cataloguing, making it more complex than ever. Now, this guide to cataloguing and classifying serials has been completely updated and expanded.
This revised edition incorporates the changes in serials cataloguing resulting from the "Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, Second Edition", revision, along with the Amendments.