Cataloguing for School Libraries: A Guide to Simplified Form by Margaret B. Scott

By Margaret B. Scott

Cataloguing for faculty Libraries: A consultant to Simplified shape provides the principles, in line with the Anglo-American Cataloguing ideas, for the cataloging of library fabrics.
The e-book covers usual methods and a few proposed variations within the cataloging of either print and non-print library fabrics. refined diversifications to plain methods are made to ease the load of catalogers and simplify using card catalogs. information on cataloging from the practise of the writer access; description of the paintings; including of notes; tracing of catalog playing cards; and submitting are completely mentioned.
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Each new edition implies changes in, or additions to the original text. The reprinting of books from the original type without changes in the text is properly called a new impression or issue, not a new edition. EDITOR (Editeur) One who prepares for publication a work or collection of works of another writer or several writers. ENTRY (Entrée) 1. A record or listing of a work in a catalogue or bibliography. 2. The heading (name, word or phrase) given for this record and under which the card is filed.

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