Serials Cataloging

Serials Cataloging

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781560242819
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 01/28/1993
Series: Serials Librarian Series
Pages: 426
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 8.50(h) x 1.30(d)

Table of Contents

Contents
Introduction

  • Part I: Education and Training
  • Personalities of Their Own: Some Informal Thoughts on Serials and Teaching About How to Catalog Them
  • Continuing Education and Staff Development Among Serials Catalogers
  • Part II: Cataloging Practice, Theory, and Current Developments
  • Serials Cataloging, 1985-1990: An Overview of a Half-Decade
  • Copy Cataloging of Serials: UIUC
  • Decision Making in the Recataloging of Serials
  • The Work of the CONSER Subject and Classification Task Force
  • Saved by the Uniform Title: Would AACR2 Have Worked for Serials Without Them?
  • Presentation of Holdings Data in Union Lists and Uniform Titles: A View of Two Problem Areas of Serials Cataloging
  • The NOTIS Opac and Serials: The University of Iowa Experience
  • Sex, Lies, and Newspapers: The Newspaper Cataloging and Union Listing Manual
  • The Cataloging and Inventory Phase of the Maryland Newspaper Project
  • The Cataloging of Serial Microform Reproductions at the National Library of Canada
  • Microform Reproductions and Multiple Versions: U.S. Cataloging Policy and Proposed Changes
  • Serials Cataloging Time and Costs: Results of an Ongoing Study at Iowa State University (Lori L. Osmus and Dilys E. Morris)
  • Part II: International Aspects
  • ISBD(S) Revised Edition and AACR2 1988 Revision: A Comparison
  • ISDS, ISBD(S) and AACR2: Divergence and Convergence
  • AACR2 and Serials Cataloging in the United Kingdom
  • National Bibliographic Control of Serials in Australia, 1980-1990
  • Serials Cataloging in Italy
  • Serials in the Current National Bibliography
  • Part III: Options for Change
  • Latest Entry Cataloging Locally and Nationwide: Some Observations
  • The Linked Systems Project and Serials Cataloging: An Update
  • The Role of the Name Main-Entry Heading in the Online Environment
  • Index

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