Cataloging and Classification for Library Technicians, 2nd by Ruth C Carter, Mary L Kao
By Ruth C Carter, Mary L Kao
Read Online or Download Cataloging and Classification for Library Technicians, 2nd Edition (Haworth Series in Cataloging & Classification.) PDF
Similar nonfiction_3 books
The Interpreter’s source offers a complete evaluation of examining initially of the 21st century. in addition to explaining the differing kinds of reading and their makes use of, it includes a variety of Codes of Ethics, details on group analyzing world wide and particular assurance of overseas enterprises, which hire interpreters.
In case you have to kill an identical terrorist two times in a single week there is both anything fallacious along with your global or anything mistaken together with your abilities. .. and there is not anything flawed with Joe Ledger's skills. and that is either an exceptional, and a nasty thing. it really is stable simply because he is a Baltimore detective that has simply been secretly recruited via the govt. to guide a brand new taskforce created to accommodate the issues that place of birth safeguard cannot deal with.
- The All-Time Australian 200 Rich List
- Care of the High-Risk Neonate, 5th Edition
- What's Within?: Nativism Reconsidered (Philosophy of Mind Series)
- Cognition, Vol. 9, No. 3
- Tinga Tinga Tales: From Sunrise to Sunset in Tinga Tinga: Little Library, Book 03
- Wild Cards 06, Ace In The Hole
Extra resources for Cataloging and Classification for Library Technicians, 2nd Edition (Haworth Series in Cataloging & Classification.)
B. ” c. If the publication is a translation of a previously published serial, use “Translation of ” to start the note. d. If a serial continues another serial, add “Continues : ” to start the note. e. If a serial is continued by another serial, use “Continued by:” to start the note. f. If a serial is a merger of two or more serials, use “Merger of : ” or “Merger with : ” to start the note. g. If a serial splits into two or more serials, use “Continues in part : ” or “Split into : ” to start the note.
Give data on original in the note area. Example: The human body / Editorial Board of Time-Life Books. – New York. Time-Life Books, 1995. Reprint of article from World Book Encyclopedia. This concludes the AACR2R general rules of descriptive cataloging. The rest of this section examines and explains each chapter of AACR2R. For each chapter, only the most commonly used features are discussed. These rules do not include all possible situations encountered when doing descriptive cataloging. For items that contain specific features not covered in this text, AACR2R should be consulted in reference.
94). The chief source of information for a printed atlas is the title page. The chief source of information for items other than an atlas is the cartographic item itself, or the case that contains the item. If information is not available from the chief source of information, it is taken from the accompanying printed materials. 0 A1, B2) Example: Rand McNally cosmopolitan world atlas / cartography, Michael W. Dobson ; design, Gordon Hartshorne. – New ed. – Scale varies. – Chicago : Rand McNally, 1987.