library catalog


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Noun1.library catalog - an enumeration of all the resources of a librarylibrary catalog - an enumeration of all the resources of a library
catalogue, catalog - a complete list of things; usually arranged systematically; "it does not pretend to be a catalog of his achievements"
card catalog, card catalogue - a library catalog in which each publication is described on a separate file card
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The Science Library Catalog: A springboard for information literacy.
If the student is working on an assignment and has accessed the library catalog for information relative to this need, it is a distinct advantage to be able to remove ambiguity by a click of the mouse (http://janus.uoregon.edu/search/w) or the pass of a cursor (http://www.consuls.org) and then continue with the search.
She argues for the need for a more integrative approach to bibliographic models and discusses the concept of the oworko in library cataloging theory and how it has evolved; the history of data models and library data models; the evolution of library catalog technology; the new FRBR bibliographic model and the technical and social goals of the FRBR Study Group; FRBR entities; issues that arise in FRBR; and FRBR compared to semantic web vocabularies that are variants of the multi-entity bibliographic model that FRBR introduced.
For example, the Ex Libris online public access library catalog system provides access to INFOMINE content, as does the California Digital Library Searchlight system.
In acknowledgement of that, the sessions tend to combine the specific tools often covered in a course-integrated sessions, such as the library catalog and article databases, but the sessions also focus a great deal on effective search strategies across different types of resources and on evaluating content.
The author has organized the main body of her text in ten chapters devoted to the world of the library catalog; the automated school library; standards for organizing the bibliographic universe; subject cataloging principles and procedures; subject classification rules and procedures; the rules, procedures, and practices of descriptive cataloging, and a wide variety of other related subjects.

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