Cataloging & Classification Quarterly

Volume 26, Number 2 1998

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EDITORIAL By Ruth Carter

GUEST EDITORIAL: Adding 856 Field to Authority Records, Rationale and Implications. By John J. Riemer.

Cataloging Procedures on the Web: the Greatest Thing Since MARC. By Virginia Scheschy. University of Nevada, Reno.
ABSTRACT. The importance to catalogers of having local procedures that are readily available, current, and accurate cannot be overemphasized. By using web technology, procedures are easily updated, broadly available, searchable through powerful Web search engines, and capable of linking directly to related resources. Catalogers' skills in organization and classification provide a good foundation for learning the basics of Web creation. This article presents some guidelines dealing with the logical organization of procedures on the Web, along with the use of appropriate language and consistent design.

The Viticulture and Enology Library at the University of California, Davis University Library: An Example of Application of Modified Library of Congress Classification and Subject Headings. By Buzz Haughton. University of California, Davis.
ABSTRACT: The University of California, Davis, Library contains a specialized collection of books, serials, and other materials dealing with viticulture and enology in support of the campus viticulture, enology, and brewing acadernic programs. This paper gives a summary of how the Library of Congress Classification and the Library of Congress Subject Headings have been modified and expanded to provide faster and easier access to this collection.

Added Access Points in Thesis Cataloging: Enhancing Public Service Without Running Athwart Input Standards. By Kay E. Lowell. University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, Colorado
ABSTRACT.  Library users often need to search for locally-produced dissertations and theses by access points, such as advisor or department of origin, that have not been supported in the cataloging rules or USMARC bibliographic format. Libraries needing to provide such non-conventional access were forced to use standard fields in unconventional ways. USMARC format integration and changes in OCLC fields have provided opportunities for libraries to bring local practice into conformity with AACR2R and OCLC standards, while retaining valuable local access points. This paper reviews the literature of thesis cataloging and uses the evolution of local policies at the University of Northern Colorado Libraries to suggest possible directions for changes in cataloging practice.

Report on the International Conference on the Principles and Future Development of AACR, held October 23-25, 1997 in Toronto, Canada. By Barbara B. Tillett

Addenda to Bibliographical Classification: The Ideas and Achievements of Henry E. Bliss. By Alan R. Thomas.

Elizabeth N. Steinhagen, News Editor

BOOK REVIEWS Michael Carpenter, Book Review Editor

Information Seeking and Subject Representation: An Activity- Theoretical Approach to Information Science, by Birger Hjorland.   Reviewed by David Robins

Cataloging Legal Literature: A Manual on AACR2R and Library of Congress Subject headings for Legal Materials, by Melody Busse Lernbke and Rhonda K. Lawrence. Reviewed by Rita Milfican

Futur des Catalogues: Catalogues du Futur: Actes de La Joum6e dEtude du 21 Juin 1996.   Reviewed by Robert P. Holley

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