The following titles have been recently added to the State Library's collection. You can follow the title link to the record in the KDLA WorldCat Discovery catalog and then use the information to request the item through your library's interlibrary loan section. If you need more in-depth assistance, please contact your
regional librarian or contact the Reference staff through
Ask a Librarian.
- This book conveys knowledge about standard methods of cataloging and classifying library materials. It is intended as a beginner's introduction and does not attempt to be exhaustive, it includes exercises and can be used as a workbook.
The fourth edition of the late Lois Mai Chan's classic Cataloging and Classification covers the analysis and representation of methods used in describing, organizing, and providing access to resources made available in or through libraries. Since the last edition published in 2007, there have been dramatic changes in cataloging systems, the most notable being the shift from AACR2 to Resource Description and Access (RDA) as the new standard developed by the Library of Congress. With the help of Athena Salaba, this text is modified throughout to conform to this new standard.
The second Edition presents the theory and practice of cataloging and classification to students and practitioners needing a clear sequential process to help them overcome cataloging anxiety. By following the instructions in this book, the new cataloger will become proficient at creating bibliographic records that meet current national standards, and make library materials accessible to students and faculty.
This updated workbook has a straightforward goal: to help expand and improve the effectiveness of library catalogs. It is designed to supplement existing textbooks by providing exercises in AACR2r and RDA description, classification, subject analysis, and MARC protocols. Particular attention is given to problems that may arise when cataloging books as well as multimedia combinations, 3-D items, toys, natural objects, maps, printed and performed music, bilingual materials, and electronic files. Through the exercises, you will better understand the overall process of cataloging an item and making a record, the application of RDA in producing records, the steps for cataloging new media, and the differences in records using RDA or AACR2r. This title can also be dowloasded from Kentucky Libraries Unbound.