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"Bits and Pieces" is a monthly newsletter that gives news and information about effective use of OCLC products and services. A Word version of this publication is also available from this page.
Cataloging Electronic Resources: OCLC-MARC Coding Guidelines
Cataloging Internet Resources. A Manual and Practical Guide. Second Edition. Nancy B. Olson, Editor.
Cataloguing Cheat Sheets Written by J.McRee Elrod, Special Libraries Cataloguing.
CONSER: Online Resources for Serials Catalogers
Ending Punctuation for Bibliographic Data Compiled by Vianne Sha.
Guide to the Usage of LCSH Free-Floating Form Subdivisions
The Internet Movie Database
ISBN FAQs This site, created by the ISO, describes the International Standard Book Number revision project. The current 10-digit ISBN will be expanded to 13 digits, effective January 1, 2007.
Library of Congress MARC Standards
Library of Congress Online Catalog
Library Philosophy and Practice
OCLC-MARC Code Lists
OCLC-MARC Records OCLC-MARC Records describes the record structure, character sets, and exchange media formatting for OCLC-MARC records on magnetic tape, via electronic file transfer and via export. This manual also provides a list of content designators and their names.
Redesign of Library Workflows:Experimental Models for Electronic Resource Description by Karen Calhoun, Director, Central Technical Services, Cornell University Library. Initial DRAFT for the LC Bicentennial Cataloging Conference, November 2000.
Selected Cataloguing Tool Acronyms Compiled by J. McRee Elrod, Special Libraries Cataloguing.
Toolbox for Processing and Cataloging Federal Government Documents