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Cataloging Correctly For Kids

Author: Sheila S. Intner
Publisher: American Library Association
ISBN: 0838935893
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This text is based on guidelines issued by the ALCTS. It is a one-stop handbook for librarians who organize information for children.

Cataloging Correctly For Kids

Author: Sharon Zuiderveld
Publisher: American Library Association
ISBN: 9780838933954
Size: 18.84 MB
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Covers the annotated card program, vendor cataloging, AACR2, subject headings, MARC format, and card filing

Organizing Information In School Libraries Basic Principles And New Rules

Author: Cynthia Houston
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1440836876
Size: 15.54 MB
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Covering both classification and cataloging principles as well as procedures relevant to school libraries, this book provides a teaching kit for a course on this critical subject that includes content and practice exercises. • Answers essential questions such as "What is the nature of the bibliographic universe in an electronic information age?" and "What is the relationship of my school library's catalog to the bibliographic universe?" • Addresses RDA standards as well as cataloguing and classification strategies for school library programs • Features practice exercises that readers can apply immediately for in-class use

Fundamentals Of Technical Services Management

Author: Sheila S. Intner
Publisher: American Library Association
ISBN: 0838909531
Size: 13.63 MB
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"The processes for acquiring, cataloging, and preserving resources have undergone dramatic changes in the past decade, and library technical services departments have had to evolve quickly in response. Often, librarians asked to take on technical services management roles find themselves both underprepared and without guidance from their institutions"--Page 4 of cover.

Library And Information Science Annual

Author: Bohdan S. Wynar
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781563086090
Size: 31.68 MB
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Answering the call for a standard of bibliographic control & a critical analysis of the literature of library & information science, the return of this annual will be hailed as a boon to the profession. The work features more than 400 in-depth, evaluative reviews of English-language library science monographs, reference books, & selected library & information science periodicals published in the United States, Canada, & Great Britain. In addition, a large section devoted to doctorial dissertations in Library & Information Studies (1988-1996) was compiled by Ken Haycock & Ann Curry, making this the most comprehensive guide for library science educators, students, researchers, & practitioners.

The Book Report Library Talk Directory Of Sources

Author: Renee Naughton
Publisher: Worthington, Ohio : Linworth Pub.
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This directory identifies the following wide-ranging resources for school libraries: (1) an annotated bibliography of books for a professional collection; (2) an annotated list of book lists, i.e., books that will assist in collection development; (3) a list of journals that review new books on the market together with the grade levels covered; (4) an annotated bibliography of books and journals that will help the librarian to integrate library use into classroom units in every subject area; (5) an annotated list of print and nonprint media on the teaching of library research skills; (6) annotated lists of audiovisual (AV) resources divided into three sections: AV software, books on managing an AV collection, and producers of nonprofit media; (7) an annotated listing of books and videos on storytelling; (8) an annotated listing of publications devoted to the writings and artwork of students; (9) an annotated list of newsletters of special interest to librarians; (10) an annotated list of public relations resources that includes books on bulletin boards and displays as well as basic public relations guides; (11) a list of sources of clip art; (12) a compilation of companies providing promotional materials to market the library program; (13) practical ideas for feasible fund raisers; (14) lists of computer programs, books pertaining to computers, and companies producing and distributing computer software; (15) annotated lists of automated circulation systems; (16) descriptions of three security systems; (17) a list of companies that provide products and supplies to manage, operate, and maintain libraries; (18) a list of magazine subscription agencies; (19) a directory of book publishers; and (20) a compilation of reprints of professional articles from "Library Talk" and "The Book Report." (MAB)