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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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Descriptive impressions of managerial and supervisory cataloger positions as reflected in american libraries, AUTOCAT, and the Colorado State Library: A content analysis of education competencies and experience.
Request additional funds: Extra money increased the hours of part-time catalogers and student searchers working on the project.
We first reviewed the 'DLIS H-Series' CD-ROM products to find item names that are in the FEDLOG and FLIS systems," said Kelly Durham, a DLIS Navy cataloger.
More recycling would increase the availability of recycled paper and thus, the DMA hopes, encourage more marketers and catalogers to use post-consumer content in their publications.
With the introduction of in-house automated systems, and specifically circulation control systems, bar code labels were added to physical processing tasks, being affixed to the physical item, then scanned and linked to the bibliographic record created by the cataloger.
Most catalogers enjoyed healthy growth m'94 with half of the top 10 retailers in this category experiencing double-digit increases.
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).
Having worked with a number of these clients, STG has had the opportunity to learn valuable techniques that increase response and conversion that will benefit catalogers.
Catalogers will be better served through the various means of electronic access to the ever-changing LCSH database.
LC catalogers followed a particular set of LC-specific rules, the Library of Congress Rule Interpretations, with a tendency to follow a "vast set of particular precedents, rather than general principles, which might be applied in a common sense manner" (Gallagher, 1991, p.
CHiA'SSO (pronounced "key-ahsso"), a Chicago-based contemporary home furnishings and decor cataloger, has chosen PFSweb, Inc.