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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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Besides as the implication of technological innovation become clearer, cataloguers have looked to the future with concern what cataloguing will entail in the new millennium, especially in developing countries with low levels of Integrated Library Systems.
Two of the libraries indicated there were between 3-6 cataloguers while the other three libraries indicated cataloguing staff strength of eight (8).
They reported that the three libraries sampled witnessed changes as a result of the application of ICT in organising library materials and thus there were some changes in the role of cataloguers to supervision and administrative functions.
Yusuf & Nkiko, (2010), reported a similar finding on demographic study of surveyed cataloguers in their study.
Ageing of librarians particularly those of cataloguers was noted with concern in literature.
This is discerned to assess the cataloguing practices, job description and duties of the cataloguers in Nigerian university libraries as well as glean the current trend of development of the profession in Nigeria.
Training support staff 21 64 and other cataloguers xix.
Head cataloguers were asked to indicate the type of the tools in use in their libraries.
The cataloguers chiefly engaged in traditional cataloguing.