Cataloging – Wikipedia
"Descriptive cataloging" is a well-established concept in the tradition of library cataloging in which a distinction is made between descriptive cataloging and subject cataloging, each applying a set of standards, different qualifications and often also different kinds of professionals.
Cataloging Standards | Association for Library Collections …
Serials Cataloging CONSER Editing Guide, 1994 ed. Compilation of policies, procedures, and technical guidelines followed within the CONSER program. This provides an element-by-element guide to serial bibliographic records in USMARC format, with usage guidelines, editing instructions, and extensive examples. Developed and maintained by Library of Congress, Serial Record Division. Note: To be …
Standards Used in Cataloging – National Library of Medicine
Standards Used in Cataloging. Descriptive Cataloging Standards. RDA: Resource Description and Access serves as the current authority for descriptive cataloging at NLM. These rules are supplemented by the LC-PCC Policy Statements which appear in the RDA Toolkit.Bibliographic records are formatted according to MARC21 Format for Bibliographic Data.
Catalog of Standards | NIST
The Catalog of Standards was established by the SGIP Governing Board in May 2011, and the first six standards to be included in the catalog were approved by the SGIP Plenary in July 2011. As of June 2017, the number of standards or standards components added to the Catalog of Standards stands at 81.
Cataloging and Classification/Cataloging standards …
Other standards, such as UTF-8, Z39.50, and HTTP are built into software tools used by catalogers and essentially hidden while performing day-to-day cataloging. These latter standards generally only need to be consulted when creating new tools or troubleshooting existing ones.
Standards & Best Practices : Cataloging & Metadata …
Cataloging. Cataloging Content Standards Includes links to Minitex and other RDA resources, as well as information about the ISBD (International Standard Bibliographic Description) standard, another commonly used content standard in the cataloging community.; Cataloging Encoding Standards Learn more about the MARC format for bibliographic records, and browse lists of commonly used resources.
MARC standards – Wikipedia
MARC (Machine-readable cataloging) standards are a set of digital formats for the description of items catalogued by libraries, such as books. Working with the Library of Congress, American computer scientist Henriette Avram developed MARC in the 1960s to create records that could be read by computers and shared among libraries.
Cataloging Content Standards : Standards & Best Practices …
A comprehensive catalog of the revisions made to OCLC-MARC in mid-2010 to accommodate RDA. These changes have been folded into Bibliographic Formats and Standards . Several other changes are listed in 2011's Technical Bulletin 260 and 2012's Technical Bulletin 261 .
ISO – ICS
Standards catalogue. ICS. ISO has developed over 22950 International Standards and all are included in the ISO Standards catalogue. Draft standards for public comment. Standards at the enquiry stage are open for comments. You can find a list of standards that are currently at this stage.
MARC STANDARDS (Network Development and MARC Standards …
The MARC formats are standards for the representation and communication of bibliographic and related information in machine-readable form.