catalogue

(redirected from cataloger)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Wikipedia.

catalogue

(US), catalog
1. a book, usually illustrated, containing details of items for sale, esp as used by mail-order companies
2. US and Canadian a publication issued by a university, college, etc., listing courses offered, regulations, services, etc.
References in periodicals archive ?
In addition to Fast Video Cataloger, the company also offers Fast Video Indexer, an application that builds index photos and web pages from your digital video library; Inzomia Viewer, a lightning-fast image viewer that uses anticipatory buffering to pre-load your next image while you're enjoying the current one; and Video-GIF, a program that turns videos into stunning animated GIF files.
Meeting the needs of special format catalogers: Ideas for professional organisations, library schools and professional catalogers.
If a cataloger spent a large amount of her/his time on managerial responsibilities that, too, no longer mattered.
The geotextile information was harder to find, so the catalogers did a search of the Naval Inventory Control Point Supply Center--Philadelphia's web site that provided a number along with a description of the geotextile's uses.
Many small catalogers use high recycled contents, but because they often cater to an environmentally conscious clientele, it's the industry giants that activists are targeting.
OCLC, ISM Library Technical Services, other standalone contract cataloging agencies or freelance catalogers) are increasingly interested in hiring librarian catalogers with expertise with particular languages, formats of material (e.
For this article, I designed a very informal online survey aimed at determining how other catalogers use Google in their work and advertised it via several cataloging-related discussion lists, including AUTOCAT (for issues related to cataloging and authority control in libraries), NGC4LIB (Next Generation Catalogs for Libraries, for cataloging and catalog functionality), SERIALST (Serials in Libraries Discussion Forum, for various aspects of serials processing in libraries), OCLC-CAT (for librarians using OCLC's cataloging service), and OLAC-LIST (OnLine Audiovisual Catalogers, for catalogers of audiovisual materials).
The $41 billion retailer announced plans to acquire the cataloger last week for $62 per Lands' End share, or about $1.
In the days of manual catalog card creation, the cataloger prepared cards for new headings, filed them in the Official Catalog, and initialed and dated the record.
Totalvue Express is specifically designed for catalogers making the transition from list marketing to database marketing.
NEW YORK - Direct-mail sales of home textiles continued to grow in 1994 but higher costs and increased competition are squeezing profits for catalogers this year.
The Fetch Cataloger is a special version of Fetch designed for third party product bundles with vendors in need of a cataloging and/or browsing tool.

Full browser ?