025.3 Bibliographic analysis and control: general resources

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025.3 Bibliographic analysis and control: general resources

025.3 Bibliographic Elements and Displays Project Research project, looking into bibliographic displays in both academic and public libraries in Canada. Web bibliographic displays are also considered.

025.3 Cataloging Documentation on the Web Numerous links to Internet resources about cataloguing, covering descriptive and subject cataloguing, guidelines, DDC, MARC and OCLC.

025.3 Cataloguers Toolbox Home page for the Bibliographic Control Services of the Queen Elizabeth II Library at Memorial University of Newfoundland. Includes details of local cataloguing tools and resources from other sources, including the Library of Congress, National Library of Canada and OCLC.

025.3 Cataloguing in Special Libraries in the 1990s Results of a survey into cataloguing methods in special libraries. Concludes that the cataloguing needs of the special libraries surveyed in this study are characterised by their diversity as shown by the predominant use of locally developed codes and the perceived lack of utility of cooperative schemes. The majority of librarians create quite brief records, in most cases shorter than the simplest level of description in AACR2.

025.3 CIGS: MARC Resources Offers access to presentations from the CIGS ‘?MARC’ seminar held in Edinburgh on 23rd May 2001, and guidelines on MARC21 cataloguing for staff at Edinburgh University Library.

001.012 Classification Society of North America An interdisciplinary society which aims to promote the scientific study of classification and clustering, including systematic methods of creating classifications from data.

025.3 Classification System for Libraries of Judaica Information, tables of contents, and comments on work based upon, and arranged according to, Jewish thought, history, and religion, and used in libraries of all kinds, synagogues, community centres, Hebrew schools, college campuses, and research institutions.

025.3 CONSER Cooperative Online Serials An international cooperative serials cataloguing program established in the 1970s as a project to convert manual serial cataloguing into machine-readable records. Now a project maintaining quality bibliographic records for serials, CONSER has related publications, the CONSER Editing Guide and the CONSER Cataloging Manual.

020 CONSER Line CONSERline is published at least semiannually by the Library of Congress, Serial Record Division, and is a continuation of CONSER, a newsletter issued only in paper format. A cooperative effort, with contributions from program members consisting of news of the CONSER Program and information of interest to the serials cataloguing community.

025.3 Full Disclosure British Library led initiative aiming to improve accessibility to material held within museums, libraries, and archives. As such, Full Disclosure supports and encourages the conversion of information currently on index cards to online databases. It also supports the retrospective cataloguing of all uncatalogued collections so that their value can be realised.

025.3 Glossary of Bibliographic Information by Language Glossary of numbers and words commonly used on title pages, book adverts, invoices, and acquisitions related correspondence in a range of European languages, including Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Latin, Norwegian, Spanish, and Swedish.

025.3 Guidelines for Alphabetical Arrangement of Letters and Sorting of Numerals and Other Symbols This technical report provides rules for the alphabetical arrangement of headings in lists of all kinds, such as bibliographies, indexes, dictionaries, directories, and inventories. It also covers the sorting of Arabic or Roman numbers, and other symbols. Seven rules are given to cover problems which may arise in alphanumeric arrangements of headings, but the report does not address issues concerning the meaning or type of headings. Available in PDF only.

025.3432 ISSN International Centre The ISSN network is made up of national centres whose work, consisting of the identification and registration of serials, is coordinated by the ISSN International Centre situated in Paris. Lists contact details for all national centres and provides news, a ‘genealogical tree’ of ISSN records, products, including the ISSN Register on CD-ROM, and statistics.

025.3432 ISSN Online: The ISSN Register on the Web Online register of International Standard Serial Numbers, the internationally recognised unique numeric identifier for serial publications in any format. Subscription service, with free 30-day trial available.

025.3 LC Cataloging Newsline Newsletter dealing with various aspects of cataloguing. Includes details of projects, collaborative programs, strategic plans and cataloguing related conferences and meetings. Archives available from 1993.

025.3 MARC Standards Information from the MARC Standards office on records and systems, documentation, software and formats.

025.3 Onion Patch(sm): New Age Public Access Systems Clearinghouse devoted to projects, research, products and services that support or demonstrate alternative approaches to second and third generation OPACs and other current online public catalogues and indexes.

025.3 Spanish Subject Headings Presents an alphabetical listing of over 1500 Spanish language equivalents to Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH).

025.3 Technical Services and Cataloging Departments Alphabetical index of US library cataloguing departments. Includes email addresses for cataloging questions and problems.

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