Cataloging 101: May/June 2008 Sandra Q.
Williams This is the final column of the Cataloging 101 series by Sandra Q. Williams. The columns included discussion of the importance of rules and standards in today's world of automated catalogs in school library media centers. Cataloging Made (Almost) Easy Items find their way into the media center in many ways besides the traditional standard ordering process from vendors. CIP: One Source of Cataloging Records: This fifth column will discuss some of the ways media specialists can find cataloging information that has already been prepared for many of these uncataloged resources. Catalogers at the Library of Congress prepare CIP records when the book is still in its galley stage. Subject Heading Consistency The media specialist will need to consult the Sears List of Subject Headings (Miller, 2004) to find subject headings consistent with ones already in the local catalog. Another source for catalog records is AMICUS at . Copy v.
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