Library Resources & Technical Services

Articles from Vol. 35, No. 4, October

A Summary of the Treatment of Bibliographic Relationships in Cataloging Rules
A Summary of the Treatment of Bibliographic Relationships in Cataloging Rules In designing future computerized library systems, it would be very helpful to have a conceptual model to guide our efforts. One part of that model would be the various relationships...
Authority Control in a Bilingual OPAC: MultiLIS at Laurentian
Authority Control in a Bilingual OPAC: MultiLIS at Laurentian In a recent study on bilingual subject authority control, Rolland-Thomas and Mercure describe four necessary conditions for a bilingual online public access catalog (OPAC): (1) reciprocal...
Cooperative Cataloging of Latin-American Books: The Unfulfilled Promise
Cooperative Cataloging of Latin-American Books: The Unfulfilled Promise One of the most frequently discussed activities of libraries during the past thirty years has been that of cooperation in the acquisition and processing of library materials....
DORS: DDC Online Retrieval System
DORS: DDC Online Retrieval System The use of traditional classification as interfaces to online catalogs is still a matter for discussion and experimentation.[1] While interest in the matter dates from the 1960s, with the ground-breaking work of Freeman...
Editorial Policy
Editorial Policy Library Resources & Technical Services (LRTS) is the official journal of the Association for Library Collections & Technical Services (ALCTS), a division of the American Library Association. Purpose The purpose of LRTS...
Identifying Barriers to Effective Subject Access in Library Catalogs
Identifying Barriers to Effective Subject Access in Library Catalogs The replacement of the card catalog by the online catalog brought with it a great resurgence of interest in the problems of subject access in general. This is hardly surprising in...
Russian Monographic Records in the OCLC Database: A Crisis in Shared Cataloging
Russian Monographic Records in the OCLC Database: A Crisis in Shared Cataloging Academic libraries increasingly are relying on the OCLC Online Computer Library Center or other bibliographic utilities for cataloging copy, and the Slavic field is no...
Serials Positions in U.S. Academic Libraries, 1980-1988: A Survey of Position Announcements
Serials Positions in U.S. Academic Libraries, 1980-1988: A Survey of Position Announcements The future of the serials department and of the serials specialist has been the topic of much discussion and the subject of numerous articles. Underlying this...
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