Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules

Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules

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Why are the Rules so important?
- They are the brains behind quality catalogs.
- They can be adapted to the full range of media formats, including digital content and Websites.
- Their tests for consistency make global information sharing possible.
- They have been developed with the changing needs of the end-user in mind.
What's new in 2002?
- Fully integrated 1999 and 2001 Amendments and revisions approved and finalized through 2002
- More than 100 substantive changes throughout the text and completely updated index
- Three completely revised and updated chapters (Cartographic Materials, Electronic Resources, Continuing Resources)
Be they bricks or clicks, libraries are still libraries and can rely on this international set of rules for flexible, ready-to-apply standards for the fundamental work of developing resource catalogs and bibliographic descriptions. With annual update releases that will easily integrate into this brand new, streamlined format, AACR2, 2002 Revision continues as the authoritative rulebook for achieving consistency, charity, and accessibility in catalog records for resources across all media.
Publisher: Ottawa : Canadian Library Association ; Chicago : American Library Association, 2002-
Edition: Second edition, 2002 revision.
ISBN: 9780838935293
083893529X
9780838935309
0838935303
9780838935316
0838935311
9780888023001
0888023006
9780888022998
0888022999
Branch Call Number: PROF COLL TS
Characteristics: 1 volumes (loose-leaf) ; 30 cm.

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