Welcome to the homepage of Cataloging & Classification Quarterly (CCQ). Its purpose is to provide readers of CCQ with abstracts of articles, editorials, and cataloging news columns appearing in current and past issues, special announcements, and other general information regarding this journal.
Cataloging & Classification Quarterly is respected as an international forum for discussion in all aspects of bibliographic organization. It presents a balance between theoretical and applied articles in the field of cataloging and classification, and considers the full spectrum of creation, content, management, and use and usability of both bibliographic records and catalogs. This includes the principles, functions, and techniques of descriptive cataloging; the wide range of methods of subject analysis and classification; provision of access for all formats of materials; and policies, planning, and issues connected to the effective use of bibliographic records in modern society.
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Beginning in 2009 with volume 47, Cataloging & Classification Quarterly is published eight times per calendar year by Taylor & Francis. For more information about CCQ , including information on how to subscribe to the journal, see. Individuals or institutions who may be experiencing difficulties with their online or print subscriptions should contact .
The journal's editor is, and the associate editor is . Together they lead an Editorial Board composed of distinguished professionals in the field of librarianship. The Editor for Network Access and Applications is , the Book Reviews Editor is , the Cataloging News Editor is , and the Interviews Editor is .
Content from Volume 55, Issue 5, 2017, is now posted online. This issue includes the full text of a particularly informative Cataloging News column from editor Violet B. Fox, as well as the abstract of an interview with Richard P. Smiraglia wherein he "shares his personal evolution from early studies in music, to music cataloging, instantiation theory, and knowledge organization" with Ann M. Graf.