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For example: Cataloging Correctly Using AACR2 and MARC 21 Dr. Seuss. Author See Seuss, Dr. , entering the Dr. Seuss See reference into sixty-six bibliographic records would be quite a task). Instead, the authority information is entered into a different type of record, a MARC authority record, and then linked to each applicable bibliographic record (see chapter 6 for more details on authority control). There are also MARC holdings records for holdings information (barcode numbers, collection symbols, shelf locations, and notes about specific books, videos, or other cataloged items), MARC community records for community information (such as the location and dates of the local chamber of commerce or Kiwanis Club meetings), and MARC classification records for classification information (used by the publishers of the classification schemes).
Com. A natural language processor can help children overcome the constraints of controlled vocabulary. com is an example of a children’s search engine that uses natural language queries. Although hierarchical directory structures address the problems children have with spelling and knowledge of subject terms, they often provide limited search results. Subject directories can even frustrate children because the structure doesn’t match their own categorizations. The International Children’s Digital Library (ICDL) opted to flatten the depth of facet hierarchies because children have trouble navigating top-level, more abstract categories.
A new, third edition of AACR (AACR3) was proposed in 1997, and work was begun to make some fairly radical revisions to the rules. However, by the time that the first draft of AACR3 was finally made public, in 2004, it was immediately clear to the cataloging experts that the library community was (in general) ready for and demanding even more changes than they, the experts, were proposing. A change in direction for the rules was signaled by the choice of a new name: Resource Description and Access (RDA), published in 2010.
Cataloging Correctly for Kids: An Introduction to the Tools (5th Edition) by Sheila S. Intner, Joanna F. Fountain