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11 Nov 11

OCLC's guide to MARC bibliographic formats, 4th ed.

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The most widely used cataloging documentation resources in an integrated, searchable, online system. Includes AACR2.

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World Wide Web access to Library of Congress
Classification and Library of Congress Subject Headings. Also includes Dewey/Library of Congress correlations, and genre/form headings.

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A variety of resources for music librarians and catalogers, as well as paraprofessional staff.

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Form for reporting duplicate bibliographic records in WorldCat.

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Richard Smiraglia's book, Describing Music Materials: A Manual for Descriptive Cataloging of Printed and Recorded Music, Music Videos, and Archival Music Collections for Use with AACR2 and APPM, which is out of print, is now available online for download.

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Terms for: Binding, Genre, Paper, Printing & Publishing Evidence, Provenance Evidence, Type Evidence, and Relators.

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The code that has been assigned to this list by the Library of Congress is “rbgenr”. This code must be entered in subfield $2 (“source of term”) of field 655 when terms from this list are used in the field.

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SupportWeb is a reference area dedicated to helping Ex Libris customers find information
about Voyager® and Ex Libris Analyzer™, Discovery: Resolver™, Discovery: Finder™,
as well as legacy products.

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Rare Book School (RBS) is an independent non-profit educational institute supporting the study of the history of books and printing and related subjects. Founded in 1983, it moved to its present home at the University of Virginia in 1992.

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The California Rare Book School (CALRBS) is a continuing education program dedicated to providing the knowledge and skills required by professionals working in all aspects of the rare book community, and for students interested in entering the field. CALR

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