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5.15. Useful Resources

Contact information for Cataloging Committee members or use [email protected]


General Cataloging Training:

ABLE courses from Idaho Commission for Libraries (free) 

ABLE courses via Webjunction (free)

LOC training resources  Catalogers Learning Workshop (free)

Utah State Library Cataloging Basics (free)

ALA Fundamentals of Cataloging ($)


MARC Encoding:

Bibliographic Formats and Standards (free)

Fixed Fields (free)

Value Lists for Codes and Controlled Vocabularies (free)

LOC Understanding MARC (free)

Maxwell’s Handbook for RDA

 

Authorities:

Authorities: Format and Indexes (free)

http://authorities.loc.gov/ (free)

Maxwell’s Handbook for RDA

 

RDA:

https://access.rdatoolkit.org

RDA Carrier Types (free)

RDA Content Types (free)

RDA Media Types (free)

LOC RDA Record Examples (free)

Maxwell’s Handbook for RDA


Subject Headings and Genre/Form Terms:

Library of Congress Subject Headings Manual and Genre/Form Terms Manual (free)

LOC Genre/Form Terms (free)

LOC Subject Headings online training (free)

Basic Subject Cataloging Using LCSH (free)


Dewey:

OCLC Classify (free)  includes other helpful data and links

Library Thing's Melvil version (free)

Decimator iOS app (free)

The Dewey Blog (free)

DDC Glossary (free)

OCLC Dewey Services ($)


Bibliographic Description:

ISBD: International Standard Bibliographic Description, by International Federation of Library Association and Institutions  (free)


Evergreen conference presentations:

Cataloging, What's Next? by Jennifer Weston, Jonathan Furr, and Galen Charlton (2018)

Catalog? But I’m Not a Cataloger! by Felicia Beaudry (2018) and handout

Cataloging Interest Group notes (2018)

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