Cataloging and Classification
This article explains the processes of cataloging and classification of library materials. A library catalog is an organized set of bibliographic records. Cataloging has two phases: descriptive and subject cataloging. The two most commonly used methods for classification are the Dewey Decimal System and the Library of Congress Classification Scheme. Cutter's Three-Figure Author Table and MARC are also discussed. From the JAE school libraries special.
Mila H Sales
Internet Resources; Serial Publications
Administration & Leadership
Administrator / Leader, Teacher / Faculty