Library Resources & Technical Services

Articles from Vol. 46, No. 3, July

Cooperative Cataloging, Vendor Records, and European Language Monographs
The appearance in OCLC and RLIN of minimal level catalog records from European book vendors for European language monographs and their effect on cataloging department workflows and cooperative cataloging efforts have been matters of concern expressed...
"Garbage" in, "Refuse and Refuse Disposal" Out: Making the Most of the Subject Authority File in the OPAC
Subject access in the OPAC, as discussed in this article, is predicated on two different kinds of searching: subject (authority, alphabetic, or controlled vocabulary searching) or keyword (uncontrolled, free text, natural language vocabulary). The...
Panning for Gold: Utility of the World Wide Web for Metadata and Authority Control in Special Collections
This article describes the use of the World Wide Web as a valuable name authority resource and tool for special collections analytic-level cataloging and the specific goal of "fully discovering" the names of people who lived in the past as well as...
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