in Austin, Tex .
Written in English
|Statement||by Calvin J. Boyer and Nancy L. Eaton.|
|Series||Applications of library science,, v. 2|
|Contributions||Eaton, Nancy L., 1943- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||Z694 .B65|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||100, A-24, B-5 p.|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||73029514|
Japanese Cataloging. Descriptive Cataloging Guidelines for Pre-Meiji Japanese Books from the CEAL Subcommittee on Japanese Rare Books Back to Top. Library of Congress Rule Interpretations (LCRI) Library of Congress Rule Interpretations (LCRI): Updates to ; MARC MARC Standards and Documentation; Modes of Cataloging. Genre/Form: Rules: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Boyer, Calvin J., Descriptive cataloging sampler. Austin, Tex., (OCoLC) * Examples to Accompany Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Books) is available for free, without a subscription, via Cataloger’s Desktop from the Library of Congress. However, in order to utilize the hyperlinks to the MARC 21 Format for Bibliographic Data and the DCRM(B) rules from within the examples, a subscription to Cataloger’s. Descriptive Cataloging or Descriptive Cataloguing includes recording the attributes of a library item, such as the name of author(s), contributor(s), title, edition, publisher, distributor, date, the number of pages, its size, name of series, etc. Descriptive Cataloging enables the user to find and identify a book, by the name of the author, the title, variant titles, etc.
Descriptive Cataloging Manual Section Z1 and LC Guidelines Supplement to MARC 21 Format for Authority Data Descriptive Cataloging Manual Section Z12 Descriptive Cataloging of East Asian Material: CJK Examples of AACR2 and Library of Congress Rule Interpretations. [Top | Table of Contents (Descriptive Cataloguing) | Table of Contents (Top)] Description — Chapters 1 and 2. Examples are being given for monographs only. Description, in this file, is in full. Chief source of information — title page or substitute for it. Example: |a Cover title. Since the last edition of this invaluable text was published, the library world has experienced a revolution in descriptive cataloging the likes of which has not been seen since the early s. This updated, third edition of an established and well-respected guide makes it easy for you to stay in step with those monumental changes/5(8). cataloging of nonbook materials by ruben p. marasigan.
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