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A case study of catalogers in three university libraries using work samples

John Silas Goodell

A case study of catalogers in three university libraries using work samples

by John Silas Goodell

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Librarians.,
  • Cataloging.

  • The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationix, 170 leaves
    Number of Pages170
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17267695M

    One of Europe’s oldest libraries, Oxford University’s Bodleian Library (in its current form) dates back to Specialist stone restoration company Putney & Wood was tasked with laboriously restoring some of the world-famous library’s most precious internal and external stonework. Description of the work and the relationship The Business & IP Centre national network is transforming city libraries into engines of innovation, economic growth and social mobility. The Business & IP Centres are physical hubs where people can come together to learn, network and access free and low-cost advice and support in protecting and.

    collection of physical library materials from an academic-university library to a public library or public-library system. In the library literature, there is a great deal written about the intra-institutional movement of materials from university branch libraries to either main libraries or remote storage facilities. The Library's Catalog: From Cards to Databases First, Some Definitions call number: A call number is an arrangement of letters and numbers assigned to an item located in a library's collection in order to provide a library user with an easy way to locate the item on the shelf.

    The Decision-Making Process for Library Collections: Case Studies in Four Types of Libraries (Contributions in Librarianship and Information Science) [Kovacs, Beatrice] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Decision-Making Process for Library Collections: Case Studies in Four Types of Libraries (Contributions in Librarianship and Information Science)Cited by: 6. Developing the Case Study Group Project The concept of the case study group project was first piloted in a course during the fall of Students were required to either write their own case of a library problem or incident they were involved in or interview a librarian .


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