Covering tools, terminology, and the FRBR-based RDA approach to description, this book explains the current principles of organization of information and basic cataloging practices for non-catalogers, enabling readers to understand elements of the cataloging process and interact with records in a basic manner. ac Provides an easy-to-follow, basic understanding of organization of library information and cataloging practice that explains how records are created and offers assistance in applying RDA ac Offers valuable insight for non-catalogers (and even non-librarians) into the practices and tools used in organization of information and cataloging by documenting the work that catalogers are now doing ac Explains the approaches to organizing different formats of materials in libraries and accounts for the effects of RDA on current cataloging practicesDDC: Special. Cases. Fiction and biography pose some unique problems in DDC . There are a few different ways these items ... Dewey is currently in the 23rd edition, so when catalogers see numbers from earlier editions (i.e., $2 22 or earlieranbsp;...
|Title||:||Crash Course in Basic Cataloging with RDA|
|Author||:||Heather Lea Moulaison, Raegan Wiechert Assistant Professor|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2015-09-30|