Category for cataloging resources, including both descriptive cataloging and classification, or research relating to cataloging. Cataloging is the process by which librarians assign subject headings and other information that makes it easier for patrons to find an item in the library catalog.
Submit sites for cataloging resources, including both descriptive cataloging and classification, or research relating to cataloging. Please note the subcategories and submit sites to them if appropriate.
Category for sites that describe or discuss the Anglo-American Cataloging Rules.
Submit sites that describe or discuss the Anglo-American Cataloging Rules.
Category for sites that discuss the process of authority control. This is the system where libraries examine and work with catalog records to make sure the names of authors, titles, etc. are uniform throughout the catalog to make it easier to find items.
Submit sites that discuss the process of authority control. This is the system where libraries examine and work with catalog records to make sure the names of authors, titles, etc. are uniform throughout the catalog to make it easier to find items.
Descriptions of tools to find, create, edit, and manipulate bibliographic collections.
Submit sites that are descriptions of tools to find, create, edit, and manipulate bibliographic collections.
Submit sites that are about the Bliss Bibliographic Classification System.
Category for the sites of companies that provide cataloging services for libraries.
Submit the sites of companies that provide cataloging services for libraries.
This section of the cataloging category lists site-specific resources, such as university library cataloging procedures.
This category lists cataloging resources pertaining to a specific institution, such as a university library.
Metadata is "data about data" which allows computers to process information more effectively. It is similar to how a card in a card catalog would help you find a book in the library (if you can remember those days).
Metadata is "data about data" which allows computers to process information more effectively. It is similar to how a card in a card catalog would help you find a book in the library (if you can remember those days).