Free Cataloging Tools

There are a lot of free cataloging tools out there on the Internet. While taking a look at some posting's, I found this short slide show of some of these great tools called "Free Cataloging Tools" by Robin Fay. One of the great aspects of this presentation is that you can see which tool might …

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Map Cataloging Resources

I came across this page the other day. I don't catalog maps but remember from my cataloging class that this is a long and involved process. I also remember that the chapters in AACR2 were short, brief, and did I say short. I have to admit that the chapters on maps was helpful. But I …

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Cataloging tools

There are some really good websites out there for catalogers. In general, these sites provide links to important websites, like the Library of Congress page for Librarians, OCLC's Classify, the Online Audiovisual Catalogers, Cataloger's Resource Shelf, Cataloger's Toolbox. I recently found two more worth adding to the list: The Catalog Dept. at the William F. …

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Biblios.org Cataloging

Biblios.org Cataloging is a new open source web based metadata tool for libraries. For more information, check out their About page, or, listen to this interview with Josh Ferraro. There is also this video, presented at the Code4Lib 2008 conference. In Norman Oder's Library Journal review of biblios.net, As ‡biblios.net Emerges, a New Opportunity for …

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