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    • INDEX AND INDEXING Prepared by JAHLEN M. TUVILLEJA II – BLIS A. Y. 2013 - 2014
    • INDEX An index is a systematic arrangement of entries designed to enable users to locate information in a document. British indexing standard (BS3700:1988) INDEX AND INDEXING S-LIS 07
    • INDEXING The process of creating an index is called indexing, and a person who does it is called an indexer. British indexing standard (BS3700:1988) INDEX AND INDEXING S-LIS 07
    • DEVELOPMENT OF INDEXES AND INDEXING
    • DEVELOPMENT OF INDEXES AND INDEXING 1. 5th Century: Alphabetical Index 2. 14th Century: Annotation in Manuscripts 3. 15th – 17th Century: Concordances & Topical indexes INDEX AND INDEXING S-LIS 07
    • DEVELOPMENT OF INDEXES AND INDEXING 4. 18th Century: indexes to books were prepared primarily by their authors 5. 19th Century: compile indexes to cover entire fields INDEX AND INDEXING S-LIS 07
    • DEVELOPMENT OF INDEXES AND INDEXING 6. 20th Century: subject index with subdivision in a simple hierarchical structure of two or three levels (main heading and modifier or main heading, subheading, and modifier) INDEX AND INDEXING S-LIS 07
    • DEVELOPMENT OF INDEXES AND INDEXING 6. 20th Century: • Scholarly journals with the rapid growth of journals, subject access become necessary o 1850s, W. F. Poole - publication of an index across many journals INDEX AND INDEXING S-LIS 07
    • DEVELOPMENT OF INDEXES AND INDEXING 6. 20th Century: • 1950s – Computers had entered the indexing and abstracting arena and efforts were begun to evaluate indexing using quantitative methods. - Hans Peter Luhn’s KWIC indexes INDEX AND INDEXING S-LIS 07
    • DEVELOPMENT OF INDEXES AND INDEXING 6. 20th Century: • 1960s Cyril W. Cleverdon o Cranfield Project was the development of techniques for the quantitative evaluation of indexing INDEX AND INDEXING S-LIS 07
    • DEVELOPMENT OF INDEXES AND INDEXING 6. 20th Century: • Indexing has outstripped the ideas of previous ages. We have progressed from indexes to individual works, through indexes to several volumes, to cooperative indexes on an international scale (Kuang-hua Chen, 2005) INDEX AND INDEXING S-LIS 07
    • PURPOSE AND USES OF INDEXES
    • PURPOSE OF INDEXES Indexes are designed to help the reader find information quickly and easily. INDEX AND INDEXING S-LIS 07
    • USES OF INDEXES • identifies information a reader might look for • collects the different ways of wording the same concept • provides terminology that might not exist in the text INDEX AND INDEXING S-LIS 07
    • USES OF INDEXES • facilitates quotation by other authors, by the media, by students, by readers • retrieves information for review by students • analyzes concepts to produce headings INDEX AND INDEXING S-LIS 07
    • USES OF INDEXES • focuses the gateways/entries to the book's information to a specific audience • filters information for the reader in order to prevent burnout INDEX AND INDEXING S-LIS 07
    • REFERENCES • Chen, Kuang-Hua. 2005. Indexing and abstracting. www.lis.ntu.edu.tw/~khchen/course/ia/slide/ia200501.pdf • Indexing and abstracting. 2008. library.upmin.edu.ph/librariansresources/indexabs.pdf • Index (publishing). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Index_(publishing) • http://www.backwordsindexing.com/Intro.html INDEX AND INDEXING S-LIS 07