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LIBRARY CATALOGUING THEORY

Library Cataloguing theory BUY FULL NOTES

UNIT 1 LIBRARY CATALOGUE : OBJECTIVES
PURPOSES AND FUNCTIONS

Structure
1.0 Objectives
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Library Catalogue
1.2.1 Definitions
1.2.2 Purposes. of a Library Catalogue
1.2.3 Objectives of a Library Catalogue
1.3 Library Catalogue and the Five Laws of Library Science
1.4 Library Catalogue vis-a-vis other Library Records, Bibliographies and Trade
Catalogues
1.4.1 Library Records
1.4.2 Bibliographies
1.4.3 Trade Catalogues
1.5 Cataloguing Process
1.6 Cataloguing and Classification

Library Cataloguing theory BUY FULL NOTES

 

UNIT 2 HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF
LIBRARY CATALOGUE CODES
Structure
2.0 Objective
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Evolution of Catalogue
2.2.1 Early stage (250 B.C. – 800 A.D.)
2.2.2 Age of Inventory (1200 A.D. – 1800 A.D.)
2.2.3 Age of finding list (1600 A.D. - 1800 A.D.)
2.2.4 Modern Catalogue (1900 A.D.)
2.3 History of Catalogue Codes
2.3.1 British Museum Cataloguing Rules
2.3.2 Jewett's Rules
2.3.3 Cutter's Rules
2.3.4 AA Code of 1908
2.3.5 Prussian Instructions
2.3.6 Vatican Rules
2.3.7 Classified Catalogue Code
2.3.8 ALA Rules (Pre] 2nd ed)
2.3.9 LC Descriptive Rules

Library Cataloguing theory BUY FULL NOTES

UNIT 3 PHYSICAL FORM OF LIBRARY CATALOGUES
Structure
3.0 Objectives
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Different Physical Forms of Library Catalogues
3.2.1 Conventional Forms
3.2.2 Non Conventional/Modern Forms
3.3 Features for the Best Physical Form of Library Catalogue

Library Cataloguing theory BUY FULL NOTES

UNIT 4 TYPES OF CATALOGUE
Structure
4.0 Objectives
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Inner forms of a Library Catalogue
4.3 Alphabetical Catalogues
4.3.1 Author Catalogue
4.3.2 Name Catalogue
4.3.3 Title Catalogue
4.3.4 Subject Catalogue
4.3.5 Dictionary Catalogue
4.4 Classified Catalogue
4.4.1 Classified Part
4.4.2 Alphabetical Index
4.5 Dictionary Catalogue vs. Classified Catalogue
4.6 Alphabetico-Classed Catalogue
4.7 Choice of an Inner Form for a Library Catalogue

REFERENCE, INFORMATION SOURCES AND SERVICES
LIBRARY CLASSIFICATION THEORY

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