Learn Library of Congress Subject Access Second North American Edition
LEARN LIBRARY OF CONGRESS SUBJECT ACCESS
Second North American Edition
A Practical Workbook For Learning Library of Congress Subject Access
Two experienced library educators and librarians take a practical approach in teaching subject access, focusing on Library of Congress Subject Headings and the Library of Congress Subject Cataloging Manual. They provide plentiful, clear explanations and examples; numerous exercises with answers; a glossary; a bibliography; and an index. The authors also include free-floating subdivisions, pattern headings and MARC codes for ease of use.
This second edition reflects practices as recorded in the 28th edition (2005) of Library of Congress Subject Headings and the online version of the Subject Cataloging Manual current in December 2006.
The book is suited to the needs of students of librarianship, both at the professional/master¿s level and at the paraprofessional/technician level, and to library staff seeking to upgrade their knowledge and skills¿.a useful self-teaching or classroom text. It should be considered for supplementary use even by teachers who may not assign it as a regular text, as its thorough explanations and exercises will be useful in any related teaching situation.
Library Collections, Acquisitions, and Technical Services review of the first edition Learn Library of Congress Subject Access is one of nine study guides in the Library Education Series. Please see the back of this book for a complete listing, or visit www.totalrecallpress.com for more information.
Format: 120 pages PDF File.
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Publisher: TotalRecall Publications (April, 2007)
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to Subject Cataloging
2. Introduction to LCSH
3. Assigning Subject Headings
6. Free Floating Subdivisions & Pattern Headings
7. Geographic Names & Subdivisions
9. Subject Authority Files
10. More Practice
Free Floating Subdivisions
Jacki Ganendran is
a highly experienced educator who has taught library and information
science in universities and colleges of technical education and has
also worked as a corporate trainer and workshop facilitator. She began
her library career as a cataloger at the National Library of Australia
in the 1980¿s and has been a library manager and an educational
manager. She currently works as both an educator and a therapist.
Lynn Farkas is currently
director of Lynn Farkas Information Services, a consulting company
based in Canberra, Australia that specializes in the practical
management of organizational knowledge. Her particular interests
include subject analysis, thesaurus development for portal sites,
knowledge management applications, metadata and database indexing. She
has developed national bibliographic databases in health and
multiculturalism for the Australian government and indexed for most of
the national databases in Australia. Before founding her own company,
Lynn worked as a special librarian, indexer and librarianship lecturer,
teaching both reference and cataloging subjects.