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Cataloger"s judgment

Jay Weitz

Cataloger"s judgment

music cataloging questions and answers from the Music OCLC Users Group newsletter

by Jay Weitz

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Published by Libraries Unlimited in Westport, Conn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cataloging of music,
  • Cataloging of sound recordings

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [249]-250) and indexes.

    Other titlesNewsletter (Music OCLC Users Group)
    StatementJay Weitz ; arranged and edited by Matthew Sheehy ; with a foreword by H. Stephen Wright.
    ContributionsSheehy, Matthew.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML111 .W34 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxvii, 265 p. ;
    Number of Pages265
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15548114M
    ISBN 101591580528
    LC Control Number2003058907
    OCLC/WorldCa52819679

    Catalogers should use judgment in deciding whether sources in addition to the resource being cataloged need to be checked before an access point can be established. Always consult OCLC for . Rules and standards do play a major role in cataloging today, and also allow catalogers to produce catalog records that can be shared, enriched, transformed, and displayed in powerful ways. However, as no rules will be truly universal in their application, catalogers are often called to exercise their judgement .

    The rules say to record all that are applicable. There is an alternative to record only the primary material (the predominant carrier or the most substantial carrier). There is no LCPS; it's left to cataloger judgment. Current (as of June ) LC practice. Create fields for the accompanying material as well as the book. RDA defaults to "illustrations" only, and LC practice is to prefer the default, but catalogers (including LC catalogers) are free to use the alternative list of terms if considered to be helpful to the user. But note that there is no LC PS about determining whether the book .

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"Cataloger's Judgement is an excellent source for music catalogers. It is particularly useful as a cataloging reference tool to keep on the Catalogers judgment book desktop; it may eliminate having to check Format: Hardcover.

Sincethe Music OCLC Users Group's MOUG Newsletter has published a regular Q&A column featuring music cataloging questions from catalogers in the field and answers supplied Author: Jay Weitz.

^ICataloger's Judgement^R is an excellent source for music catalogers. It is particularly useful as a cataloging reference tool to keep on the cataloger's desktop; it may eliminate having to. Jay Weitz, Column Editor.

Letterer of Reference. Question: We are getting a ton-o-comic books, so we have to catalog thing that a lot of these have is the designation "letterer.". Recommended."-Technical Services Quarterly "Cataloger's Judgement is an excellent source for music catalogers.

It is particularly useful as a cataloging reference tool to keep on the cataloger's desktop. Jay Weitz is the Music OCLC Users Group‟s (MOUG) OCLC liaison; he is a specialist on music who has written a music cataloging "question and answer" column in MOUG‟s Newsletter since May This book Author: Katherine Rankin.

The aim of this article is to analyze how catalogers describe publications without cataloging tools in comparison with the current cataloging process. A total of 46 catalogers Catalogers judgment book part in the first study, a free description of monographic publications, while 30 catalogers Author: Mihela Pauman Budanović, Maja Žumer.

Good judgment based on logical reasoning and cataloging principles is necessary. There are many resources that provide good examples and explanations to help support making good judgments in cataloging—LC-PCC PSs, LCSCM, Cataloger’s Judgment.

This paper examines the roles of professional and paraprofessional catalogers as they are perceived within the cataloging community.

A survey was sent to all catalogers in member libraries of the. Judgment is a stunning and utterly compelling page-turner by an author at the top of his game. I cannot remember when I last read a book so gripping and so satisfying.” —Peter James "A brilliantly paced juggernaut of thrills as well as a deeply serious investigation of morality and justice, Judgment 4/5().

ABSTRACT: Catalogers' judgment has been frequently mentioned, but rarely has been researched in formal studies. The purpose of this article is to investigate catalogers' judgment through an.

Cataloging can be personal, too. Catalogers do not always accept the work done by others. Sometimes we would not even accept our own works in the second day after the cataloging is done.

Personalized cataloging is neither a deviation from the rules nor a rejection. It is the demonstration of catalogers by: 1. This is an interesting article. Actually, I also think that cataloguing is a process but it creates metadata. Catalogers always create metadata by creating entries for the books, non-print materials and digital Author: Karen Coyle.

The Books at the Judgment Devotional by John Piper; All who dwell on earth will worship [the beast], everyone whose name has not been written before the foundation of the world in the book of life of the Lamb who was slain. (Revelation ) Salvation is secured for all who are written in the book Missing: Catalogers.

Essential Elements of a Training Program For Entry-Level Professional Catalogers The environment for libraries in general and technical services in particular is rapidly changing for a variety of economic. BIBCO TRAINING: BIBCO records are created by catalogers who have received BIBCO training.

This training emphasizes the use of cataloger judgment when working with the core record standard. One of the goals of BIBCO training is to help catalogers develop the judgment.

4B Catalogers may omit all parallel statements after the first using the mark of omission. Name of publisher, distributor, etc. 4C2. Catalogers may omit addresses and insignificant information in the middle or at the end of the statement using the mark of omission.

4C Catalogers. As it explores ethical questions in a variety of settings, this book will deepen readers’ understanding of names, identities, and library catalogs.

The chapters from this volume are intended to spark. Copy catalogers use other documents as well, particularly those under the header Workflow and the Aleph Collections Chart. This document is written in terms of books, but many of the principles apply to other formats as well. Special procedures for non-books.

In general, catalogers are to use judgment, rather than a strict matching of elements against the list. The shorter LC document cited above may be more useful as a quick reference.

Differences in. The real world for catalogers consists of the users of the catalog and the items cataloged, and how to get them together. He referred to the "cataloger's subjective judgment tempered by his knowledge of .Jewett used stereotype plates to produce the library's catalog in book form, and proposed the sharing of cataloging among libraries.

His rules were published in [14] A disagreement with the head .Book description Catalogers hold very specific types of power when they describe people, families, and corporate bodies. When creating a personal name authority record, for example, catalogers .