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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.
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For his contributions to cataloging, including the conception, enhancement and maintenance of Catalogers Desktop, his achievements in the coordination and development of ALA-LC Romanization tables, and his leadership and dedication to our professional associations, ALCTS is proud to name Johnson as the recipient of the 2018 Margaret Mann Citation.
In her introduction, Lubas notes that catalogers have experienced many changes in the past century, but she sees the advent of the web as the greatest: "the transformation of user behavior toward the library and, more so, of user behavior toward the world.
Once the new system became available, catalogers took a while to adjust to the new online system, with work proceeding slowly at first.
The catalogers used their supply expertise and knowledge of Federal Logistics data, or FEDLOG, and the Federal Logistics Information System to identify the national stock numbers required.
The company is embracing its new role, and even advising other catalogers on how to be greener.
Catalogers compile data for the supply systems of participating countries in the NCS, where each distinct item only needs to be cataloged and assigned a National Stock Number once.
Since large Web sites often consist of various levels of Web pages that can be cataloged in their own right, one of the fundamental questions for catalogers is what level of granularity to use.
Today, many catalogers have learned that the Web offers an efficient way for customers to find more information, place orders or check an order's status.
The need for catalogers to organize and provide access to expanding collections outstripped the supply of librarians.