4 edition of Cataloging and classification of non-Western material found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 66 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
|2||A Neal-Schuman professional book|
|Aman, M. M. Introduction. Greaves, M. Cataloging and classification: the Nigerian scene. Kisiedu, C. Cataloging and classifying non-Western materials in Ghanaian libraries. Mowery, R. Subject analysis of African literature. Anderson, J. Cataloging and classification of Chinese language library materials. Kaneko, H. Cataloging and classifying Japanese language library materials. Lian Tie Kho. Cataloging and classifying Southeast Asian materials. Kaula, P. N. Indias contribution to cataloging and classification. Khurshid, A. Developments in cataloging and classification in Pakistan. Hamdy, N. Cataloging and classifying Arabic materials. Turchyn, A. Slavic publications: their cataloging and classification in American libraries. Weinberg, B. H. Hebraica cataloging and classification.|
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ch023 Export Reference AbstractBoth traditional and digital libraries are the storehouse of information and indispensable in this age of computerization and digitization of information. THANK YOU AND GOOD LUCK!!! Small, but chock-full of information and easy to use. MODES OF CLASSIFYING NONBOOK MATERIALS 1. A color code may be used to differentiate genre or sizes. ; 25 x 35 cm. This is followed by an Cataloging and classification of non-Western material author identifier which may be followed by publishing date and other details to produce a unique call number for the item.
The LCCN is a unique identification number assigned by the Library of Congress to the catalog record of each book, and some authors, in its cataloged collections. Jane Sandberg through Library Juice Press this fall. Finding Class and Full Call Numbers for Individual Titles Most questions about call numbers involve the initial class number used to place the book according to subject. OCLC and WorldCat are beyond the scope of this guide, but knowing where to find the OCLC number in a WorldCat record can help you retrieve the most common DDC and LCC call numbers using.
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The ISBN can, however, be used to locate collection items in WorldCat, Amazon, and other online sources of bibliographic data. But the most popular code which is used all over the world is the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules 2 AACR2 2005. Following are examples of physical description of nonbook materials.
The statement of coordinates and equinox is considered as an optional additional element of information. Includes an attack on romanization on the grounds ofinformation distortion. USMARC Specifications for Record Structure, Character Sets, andExchange Media, prepared by Network Development and MARC StandardsOffice, 1994 ed."Multilingual Word Processing," ScientificAmerican 251:96-107 1984.
These individual records are compared with other holdings to eliminate duplication.