IFLA Cataloguing Principles: Steps towards an International by IFLA


This is the newest document in a technique in the direction of foreign Cataloguing ideas that begun in 2003 and may proceed via 2007. throughout the sequence of conferences represented through every one quantity the reader can be in a position to song the advance and session happening through the varied elements of the area that might culminate with the production of a really overseas set of ideas to steer the advance of cataloguing codes around the world. This quantity comprises info in English and Arabic at the thoughts of cataloguing specialists from nations within the Arabic-speaking center East. The April 2006 draft assertion on overseas Cataloguing rules incorporated right here displays the votes of contract from all members of the IME ICC1 (Europe and Anglo-American), IME ICC2 (Latin the United States and the Caribbean), and IME ICC3 (Middle East).

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Source: FRANAR, FRBR] Key-title – The unique name assigned to a continuing resource by the ISSN Network and inseparably linked with its ISSN. The key title may be the same as the title proper; or, in order to achieve uniqueness, it can be constructed by the addition of identifying and/or qualifying elements such as name of issuing body, place of publication, edition statement, etc. (see ISSN Manual). [Source: ISBD (CR)] Manifestation – The physical embodiment of an expression of a work. [Source: FRANAR, FRBR] Name – A character or group of words and/or characters by which an entity is known; includes the words/characters designating a person, family, corporate body, object, concept, event, or place, as well as the title given to a work, expression, manifestation, or item.

Relationships Bibliographically significant relationships among the entities should be identified through the catalogue. 3. 1. 1. 2. 2. 3. to select a bibliographic resource that is appropriate to the user’s needs (that is, to choose a resource that meets the user’s requirements with respect to content, physical format, etc. 4. to acquire or obtain access to an item described (that is, to provide information that will enable the user to acquire an item through purchase, loan, etc. or to access an item electronically through an online connection to a remote source); or to acquire or obtain an authority record or bibliographic record.

The Intellectual Foundation of Information Organization. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2000. ISBN 0-262-19433-3 14 It is recognized that, due to economic restraints and cataloguing practices, some library catalogues will lack bibliographic records for components of works or individual works within works. 1. 2. Descriptions may be at several levels of completeness, based on the purpose of the catalogue or bibliographic file. 5. 1. General Access points for retrieving bibliographic and authority records must be formulated following the general principles (see 1.

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