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SACO Participants' Manual
(Library of Congress, Cataloging Distribution Service, 2001)
The SACO Participants' Manual provides easy-to-use guidance for libraries proposing new Library of Congress subject headings and LC classification numbers and for libraries submitting change proposals for existing subject headings and classification.
What's in a (Family) Name? DACS, LCSH, and Mixed-Standard Catalogs
The source code "dacs" was recently approved by the Library of Congress Network Development and MARC Standards Office for use in MARC field 600, subfield ‡2. Catalogers who follow DACS (Describing Archives: A Content Standard) to describe archival materials in MARC records should use the new code to identify DACS as the source ...
Linking in the catalog : a discussion paper for the Cataloging Policy Committee, University of Washington Libraries / by Kathleen Forsythe, Cathy Gerhart, Joe Kiegel, Adam Schiff and Steve Shadle.
Reviews URL links from catalog records to Web resources as found in the University of Washington Libraries catalog as of October 2001. The intent of this review is to start discussion in order to set policy for what type of Web content catalogers include when editing copy or creating new catalog records.
Single vs. multiple records for remotely accessed electronic monographs : a CPC discussion paper
(University of Washington Libraries, 1998-04)
At the October 1997 meeting of the Cataloging Policy Committee, a group was appointed to look into the issue of how to treat monographic titles appearing in a remotely accessed electronic form and in at least one other form. This report contains the group's findings and recommendations.
Genre/form index in WebPAC : a Cataloging Policy Committee discussion paper
(University of Washington Libraries, 1999-06-16)
Issues surrounding creating a genre index in a library online catalog are discussed.
Indexing and display recommendations for linking fields (7XX) : a report to CPC.
(University of Washington Libraries., 2003-04-10)
At the Cataloging Policy Committee meeting in November 2002, an overview was presented on the changes in the cataloging rules that would be implemented nationally on December 1, 2002. Examples of links that would be made for integrating resources were shown, and a discussion was held about access to the data included in ...