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Speaking the language of cataloging

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Cataloging 101

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    Speaking the language of cataloging Speaking the language of cataloging Presentation Transcript

    • Speaking the Language of Cataloging Learn to translate: DLC used the wrong ISDB punctuation on the Main Entry
    • General Cataloging Terms
      • Bibliographic record and descriptive cataloging
      • Cataloging record – description created following AACR2 guidelines
    • General Cataloging Terms
      • AACR what?
        • Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules , 2 nd edition, revised 2002
          • The rules cover the description of, and the provision of access points for, all library materials commonly collected at the present time. (Style guide & rule book)
    • General Cataloging Terms
      • ISBD - “I Shall Books Describe”
        • Title and Statement of Responsibility
        • Edition
        • Publication
        • Physical description
        • Series
        • Notes (Table of contents, “Includes bibliographic references.”
        • Standard number (ISBN, ISSN, LCCN)
        • ISBD Punctuation – Yep, the comma matters
    • General Cataloging Terms
        • Elements of a Bibliographic Record
          • Item description
            • Sources of information: Title page, TP Verso
          • Access points
            • Doorways: author, title, illustrator, subject, series
            • Main Entry, Added Entry, Tracing
          • Subject headings
            • LCSH – Lovely Lovely Library of Congress
          • Call number
            • Dewey Decimal
          • Local information
    • From Card to Computer
      • MARC Record
      • Copy Cataloging
      • CIP
      • OCLC
        • Holding Symbol – DLC, BW4, etc.
      • OPAC
      • Original Cataloging Agency – Go DLC!
    • From Card to Computer
      • MARC Record Terms
        • Fixed Field
        • Variable Field
        • Tag
        • Indicators or Nonfiling characters
        • Delimiter
        • Subfield