Cataloging correctly for kids an introduction to the tools için kapak resmi
Cataloging correctly for kids an introduction to the tools
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Chicago : American Library Association, 2011.
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xiii, 224 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.


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E-Kitap 1382978-1001 Z695.1 .C6 C37 2011 ALA E-Kitap Koleksiyonu

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It is a time of productive and exciting changes in the cataloging world, and cataloging for children is placed squarely in the middle of this upheaval, offering librarians working with kids a particular opportunity. This new fifth edition of the classic Cataloging Correctly for Kids points the way towards providing effective cataloging for materials intended for children and young adults. Based on guidelines issued by the Association for Library Cataloging and Technical Services (ALCTS), this handbook is a one-stop resource for librarians who organize information for children. Revisions include * Comprehensive updates on bibliographic description and subject access * A new chapter exploring cataloging for non-English-speaking and preliterate children * Guidance on when and how to move to RDA, the next generation of cataloging guidelinesWith advice contributed by experienced, practicing librarians, the fifth edition of Cataloging Correctly for Kids offers a complete overview of the best methods for enabling children to find the information they want and need.

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This fifth edition includes updates on bibliographic description and subject access, a new chapter on cataloging for non-English-speaking and preliterate children, and guidance on when and how to move to RDA. Chapters provide guidance on how and why to catalog for children, copy or original cataloging, the importance of authority control, the cataloging of nonbook materials, and more. Those considering which subject-heading schema to use will benefit from chapters on the Library of Congress Children's Subject Headings, Sears List of Subject Headings, and Dewey decimal classification. Those just starting out, or turning to automation, will benefit from chapters on automation and vendors of cataloging for children's materials. The book is appropriate for anyone working with materials for children and young adults.--Marcus, Sara Copyright 2010 Booklist


Sheila S. IntnerJoanna F. FountainLynne A. JacobsenDeborah A. FritzDeborah A. FritzDeborah A. Fritz and Lynnette FieldsKay E. LowellJoanna F. FountainJoseph MillerJulianne BeallSheila S. Intner and Jean WeihsJoanna F. Fountain and Michele ZwierskiGabriele I. KupitzPamela J. NewbergJudith YurczykPamela J. Newberg and Jennifer AllenVirginia M. Overberg and Brigid Burke
Introductionp. ix
1 Guidelines for Standardized Cataloging for Childrenp. 1
2 How Children Searchp. 19
3 Cataloging Correctly Using AACR2 and MARC 21p. 25
4 Copy Cataloging Correctlyp. 49
5 Cataloging Correctly (Someday) Using RDAp. 73
6 Authority Control and Kids' Catalogingp. 105
7 Using LC's Children's Subject Headings in Catalogs for Children and Young Adults: Why and Howp. 115
8 Sears List of Subject Headingsp. 129
9 Dewey Decimal Classificationp. 135
10 Cataloging Nonbook Materialsp. 149
11 How the CIP Program Helps Children's Librariansp. 161
12 Cataloging for Kids in the Academic Libraryp. 167
13 Cataloging for Non-English-Speaking and Preliterate Childrenp. 173
14 Automating the Children's Catalogp. 179
15 Vendors of Cataloging for Children's Materialsp. 189
Bibliographyp. 199
Glossary of Abbreviationsp. 205
List of Contributorsp. 209
Subject Indexp. 213
Figure Indexp. 223