Cataloging Policy and Support Office Home Page
The home page for the Cataloging Policy and Support Office, the office that formulates and documents descriptive and subject cataloging policy at the Library of Congress. Includes cataloguing tools and documentation, current information on LC Classification, and cataloging policy papers and reports.
Cataloging – Wikipedia
The most commonly used cataloging code in the English-speaking world was the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, 2nd edition (AACR2). AACR2 provides rules for descriptive cataloging only and does not touch upon subject cataloging. AACR2 has been translated into many languages, for use around the world.
Cataloging Policy | Cataloging a High School Makerspace
Introduction: This cataloging policy applies to a high school library makerspace. The mission of the makerspace is to provide students, faculty, and staff with the means and opportunity to engage in hands-on, creative learning and problem-solving experiences. The cataloging policy strives to set forth guidelines for cataloging the disparate items found in the makerspace in…
Cataloging Policy | University Libraries
Cataloging Policy The Catalog Unit delivers a fundamental public service by providing intellectual access to the Library’s collections. It is the function of cataloging to organize library materials for access by patrons, which includes other library staff as well as the users of the library.
Cataloging: Department Contacts, Policies and Procedures
The page covers call numbers, general music cataloging resources, descriptive and subject cataloging, music uniform titles, music subject headings, MARC tagging, language tools, sources for music biographical and uniform title information, and links to other music cataloging websites and online catalogs."–Supplied by author.
CATALOGING POLICY – Jacksonville State University
CATALOGING POLICY The Cataloging Department of the Library is the administrative unit that catalogs and classifies materials, creating metadata for any and all Library holdings. …
Cataloging Policy – policies.aua.am
The creation of catalog records in Library Integrated System EOS. Web, including accurate bibliographic descriptions of the items, the provision of searchable access points (subject headings, name, title and series entries) according to the Anglo American Cataloging Rules2, and classification, according to the international standards.
Cataloging Policies – U.S. National Library of Medicine
NLM Policy for Core Level Cataloging of Audiovisuals: See the NLM Technical Bulletin, March/April 1995 (AVLINE® Update) (page 15). See the NLM Technical Bulletin, Nov/Dec 1995 (page 8). Note: The Adobe Acrobat reader is required to view the above documents. Further information is available at the NLM Technical Bulletin home page.
Spooky games at the JKL Library!: Cataloging Policy
The JKL Library’s general cataloging policy is to catalog all circulating and non-circulating material in its collections. The goal of the cataloging department is to organize the library’s collection is such a way to aid patrons in finding items of interest, whether in physical form at the library or via the library’s internet catalog.
Collection description policy | National Library of Australia
Collection description policy Policy aim and scope This policy provides a statement of the National Library of Australia’s current approach to describing its collections of Australian and overseas resources, both published and unpublished.