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CATALOGUING AND METADATA SERVICES, QUEEN ELIZABETH II LIBRARY, MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY OF NEWFOUNDLAND

Quick reference Cataloguing tools by activity: Authority work | Catalogue maintenance | Classification | Cuttering | Description | Language handling | Record manipulation | Subject analysis
Cataloguing tools by format: Archival materials | Books | E-books | E-journals | Gov docs | Maps | Music | Rare materials | Remote electronic resources | Serials | Theses & dissertations | Visual materials
Cataloguing tools by subject: Art | Law | Medicine
Reference resources for cataloguers
Local tools Bibliographical translation tables -- English equivalents for common bibliographical terms
Class PS8000 -- Canadian literature classification
Cutter tables: Composers | LC book numbers | Regions and countries Cutter table
Local policies and procedures: By subject | By MARC field
Serial holding codes for Union List
Special Projects: GovDoc Integration | Recon
Symphony toolkit -- Verify lists, tables, & guides to using SIRSI at MUN
Other technical service-related professional, library and commercial homepages
Z39.50 access to library catalogs
MARC
documentation
Functional analysis of the MARC21 bibliographic & holdings formats
Understanding MARC bibliographic: machine-readable cataloging
MARC21 formats: Authority | Bibliographic | Classification | Community info | Holdings
MARC21 code lists: Countries | Geographic areas | Languages | Organizations | Relators
MARCXML : MARC21 XML schema from LC
MARBI: Proposals | Discussion papers
Library & Archives Canada MARC standards
OCLC bibliographic formats
Library of Congress
cataloguing tools
Cataloging and Acquisitions Home
Bibco standard record metadata application profiles (MAPS)
Bibliographic Framework Initiative (BibFrame)
LC authority files
LC classification outline
LC Home Page -- Library of Congress WWW Server
LC subject headings
LC subject headings free-floating subdivisions
Resource description and access (RDA)
Subject heading manual
Other
national library
connections
Bibliothèque nationale de France
British Library
National Library of Australia
Library and Archives Canada
National Library of Ireland (Leabharlann Náisiúnta na hÉireann)
National Library of Medicine (U.S.)
National Library of New Zealand (Te Puna Mātauranga O Aotearoa)
National Library of Scotland
Bibliographic
utilities
Libraries Australia
OCLC Home Page
   OCLC participating institutions list
   Open WorldCat
Conferences
& meetings
ALCTS Big Heads reports
Dublin Core Metadata Initiative
Cataloguing-related
electronic serials
ALCTS news
Associates -- the electronic library support staff journal
D-LIB magazine
ITAL -- Information technology & libraries
LIBRES -- Library and information science research journal
OCLC newsletters
OCLC technical bulletins
Technical services law librarian
Electronic lists AcqWeb
AUTOCAT home/archives
FRBR Discussion List
Next Generation Catalogs for Libraries
OCLC Internet lists
SERIALST
Web4Lib home page
Blogs/Wikis Catalogablog / David Bigwood
Cataloging Futures / Christine Schwartz
Coyle's InFormation / Karen Coyle
futurelib / Karen Coyle
Library weblogs from Libdex
Lorcan Dempsey's weblog
Outgoing : Library metadata techniques & trends / Thom Hickey
Thingology / Tim Spalding
Other remote tools
of interest
to cataloguers
British Library Bibliography
Cataloger's Reference Shelf
Cataloguing cheat sheets from Mac Elrod
CONSER
Functional requirements: the FRBR family of models
Internet Library for Librarians
Multilingual dictionary of cataloguing terms and concepts (MulDiCat)
NISO (National Information Standards Organization)
Program for Cooperative Cataloguing (PCC)

Last Modified: 4 March 2015

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Maintained by: Charley Pennell, Principal Cataloger,
Acquisitions & Discovery Dept., NCSU Libraries, North Carolina State University
Lorraine Jackson, Cataloguing and Metadata Division,
Memorial University of Newfoundland.
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