Knowledge organization and processing

Total Lectures

61

Library catalogue – definition, functions, importance and adjunctslibrary catalogue -LIS

Lectures

Library catalogue – definition, functions, importance and adjunctslibrary catalogue -LIS
History of Catalogue Codes
Normative principles of cataloguing: laws, canons and principle Part-I-LIS
Normative principles: laws, canons and principles Part-II - LIS
Forms of library catalogue - LIS
Subject cataloguing : Chain procedure, POPSI and PRECIS - LIS
Cooperative cataloguing, centralized cataloguing union catalogue and MARC project - LIS
Organisation of cataloguing department - LIS
Filing rules: ALA filing rules and Rnganathan’s filing rules - LIS
Types of entries of classified catalogue according to CCC - LIS
Types of entries of dictionary catalogue according to AACR-2R - LIS
Rendering of headings in CCC and AACR-2R – personal authorship, shared authorship - LIS
Rendering of headings and cataloguing practice of pseudonyms - LIS
Corporate authorship in CCC and AACR-2R:Government - LIS
Corporate authorship in CCC and AACR-2R: institution and its organs - LIS
Corporate authorship in CCC and AACR-2R: conference - LIS
Choice and rendering of headings: resolving conflict of authorship in CCC and AACR-2R - LIS
Multivolume books in CCC and AACR-2R - LIS
Preiodical and serial publications in CCC and AACR-2R - LIS
Isolates and auxiliaries: Common and Special Isolates; Standard subdivisions_M10 Satija
Cataloguing practice: personal and shared authorship in CCC and AACR-2 (LIB)
Cataloguing practice: institution and its organs according to CCC and AACR-2R (LIB))
Cataloguing practice: conference and its organs in CCC and AACR-2R (LIB)
Cataloguing Practice: Multi Volume Book in CCC and AACRR-2R (LIB)
Cataloguing of special materials and electronic resources according to AACR2-R (1988 and 2002) (LIB)
Illustrative examples of cataloguing of special materials (LIB)
Latest trends in bibliography description and exchange formats: ISBD and CCF (LIB)
Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) (LIB)
Metadata and Dublin Core (LIB)
Library catalogue – definition, functions, importance and adjunctslibrary catalogue -LIS
History of Catalogue Codes
Normative principles of cataloguing: laws, canons and principle Part-I-LIS
Normative principles: laws, canons and principles Part-II - LIS
Forms of library catalogue - LIS
Subject cataloguing: definition, subject headings
Subject cataloguing : Chain procedure, POPSI and PRECIS - LIS
Cooperative cataloguing, centralized cataloguing union catalogue and MARC project - LIS
Organisation of cataloguing department - LIS
Filing rules: ALA filing rules and Rnganathan’s filing rules - LIS
Types of entries of classified catalogue according to CCC - LIS
Types of entries of dictionary catalogue according to AACR-2R - LIS
Rendering of headings in CCC and AACR-2R – personal authorship, shared authorship - LIS
Cataloguing practice: personal and shared authorship in CCC and AACR-2 (LIB)
Rendering of headings and cataloguing practice of pseudonyms - LIS
Corporate authorship in CCC and AACR-2R:Government - LIS
Corporate authorship in CCC and AACR-2R: institution and its organs - LIS
Cataloguing practice: institution and its organs according to CCC and AACR-2R (LIB))
Corporate authorship in CCC and AACR-2R: conference - LIS
Cataloguing practice: conference and its organs in CCC and AACR-2R (LIB)
Choice and rendering of headings: resolving conflict of authorship in CCC and AACR-2R - LIS
Multivolume books in CCC and AACR-2R - LIS
Cataloguing Practice: Multi Volume Book in CCC and AACRR-2R (LIB)
Composite Books in CCC and AACR -2R
Cataloguing practice: composite books
Preiodical and serial publications in CCC and AACR-2R - LIS
Cataloguing practice of periodical and serial publications in CCC and AACR-2R
Cataloguing of special materials and electronic resources according to AACR2-R (1988 and 2002) (LIB)
Illustrative examples of cataloguing of special materials (LIB)
Latest trends in bibliography description and exchange formats: ISBD and CCF (LIB)
Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) (LIB)
Metadata and Dublin Core (LIB)
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