Index of NLM Serial TitlesIndex of NLM Serial Titles

NEW CHANGED AND CEASED TITLES ( 0067-8937 ) Z 5321 B615A
B19665000 ...

Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)


ISBN: UIUC:30112113402769



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A keyword listing of serial titles currently received by the National Library of Medicine.

Minutes of the MeetingMinutes of the Meeting

Serials in Oriental Alphabets. — It was decided that serials in Oriental alphabets
will henceforth be included in New Serial Titles. The entries will be in
transliterated or romanized form. Items in Chinese, Korean, and the Indie
languages will be ...

Author: Association of Research Libraries

Publisher: Association of Research Libr

ISBN: UOM:39015036756222



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V. 52 includes the proceedings of the conference on the Farmington Plan, 1959.

Managing the Preservation of Serial LiteratureManaging the Preservation of Serial Literature

The United States ISDS Program, the United States Newspaper Program, New
Serial Titles, and the CONSERAbstracting and Indexing Coverage Project are
examples of efforts that are part of (and have benefited from) the existence of the

Author: Merrily A. Smith

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 9783110970982


Page: 302

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The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) is the leading international body representing the interests of library and information services and their users. It is the global voice of the information profession. The series IFLA Publications deals with many of the means through which libraries, information centres, and information professionals worldwide can formulate their goals, exert their influence as a group, protect their interests, and find solutions to global problems.

Serials Librarianship in TransitionSerials Librarianship in Transition

New Serial Titles supplied additional information , otherwise the cataloger was
on his or her own . Cards were produced locally and filed manually . Problem
situations , such as isolated issues of several titles all bound together , could be ...

Author: Peter Gellatly

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0866564977


Page: 305

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Here under one cover are the invaluable and enlightening perspectives of an international roster of experts on the state-of-the-art of serials librarianship and the indications for the future of the profession.

Managing Infotech in School Library Media CentersManaging Infotech in School Library Media Centers

Serials Control Serials (also called periodicals and magazines) have features
that are significantly different from those of books ... In addition, some library
media centers route each new issue of a serial title to the people in the school (
such as ...

Author: Laurel Clyde

Publisher: Libraries Unlimited

ISBN: 1563087243


Page: 290

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Learn how to develop an information technology plan for your SLMC and effectively manage technology to achieve goals of the school. Emphasizing applications in the areas of management, services, and curriculum, Clyde discusses issues in planning, selection of hardware and applications, budget, staffing and facilities, user education, publicity/promotion, and possible developments in the future. This book offers a broad overview of the subject and addresses the full spectrum of technologies-hardware, software, and systems ranging from automated library systems, CD-ROMs, online information services, the Internet, curriculum software, local area networks/intranets, to generic software applications such as word processing, desktop publishing, database management, and project management.

Maxwell s Guide to Authority WorkMaxwell s Guide to Authority Work

Series follow serial rules for title change (AACR2 21. 2C and 21. 3B), under
which the assumption is that when a title changes, a new serial has been created
, requiring a new heading and record. Multipart items follow the rules for
monograph ...

Author: Robert L. Maxwell

Publisher: American Library Association

ISBN: 0838908225


Page: 275

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"Unidentified Flying Objects," not "UFOs" or "Flying Saucers" Authority work is the linchpin of the library catalog. As the author puts it, "Without authority control, the burden is placed on the user to think of all the possible forms a cataloger might have used to give access in the catalog to a given author or subject." If a subject is not sorted by its authorized heading, then the library and its users and staff are left without a system and ultimately the cost of an unsatisfied user. From one of the preeminent experts in the field, this is the step-by-step guide for ensuring that your library and staff are creating and maintaining authority records with the end user in mind. Comprehensive and definitive, Maxwell's Guide to Authority Work is a must-have. In this readable text, authority work is broken down to its most basic components so that you can trace and follow the preparation of a complete authority record. Helpful illustrations identify the key characteristics of good authority records, common acronyms are defined, and cross-references throughout reinforce material. Step-by-step, you'll learn how to: Form and record uniform access points Keep thorough and accurate records Share information in an environment of international databases and cooperative cataloging The authoritative tool for making certain a person, author, corporate body, organization, book, or other media is appropriately classified under its authority name, subject, and form, Maxwell's should be part of any library's toolbox.

International Aspects of Reference and Information ServicesInternational Aspects of Reference and Information Services

Titles are listed under country of publication, and in some of the lists, these
groupings are subdivided by language as well. Each list has a separate section
for new serial titles, changes and cessations, as well as separate sections
covering ...

Author: William A. Katz

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0866565736


Page: 244

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A stimulating and informative appraisal of the international librarianship scene and the reference service function. Experts discuss how international reference services can be improved to facilitate true exchange of information around the world. They look squarely at problems and provide answers to a host of pertinent questions, such as information counseling and policies, reference services and global awareness, integrating a central reference international studies program, and more.