Subject Analysis In Online Catalogs

Author: Hope A. Olson
Publisher: Libraries Unlimited
ISBN: 9781563088001
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Therefore, the shelflist is at least a bibliographic enhancement of the alphabetical
catalog and should be so used. The capability exists, both on paper and online.
The main difference between classing books and classing the entries that
describe them is that a book can be shelved in only one place but can be
represented by more than one bibliographic entry in the paper-based list, one
under each subject notation that describes the book. This is especially beneficial
in the case of ...

Subject Control In Online Catalogs

Author: Robert P Holley
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780866567930
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Subject heading displays would be helpful. Operators need to be demonstrated.
Point-of-use instruction would be valuable. Users must be trained before they can
exploit an OPAC to its full potential. Lawrence, Gary S. "System Features for
Subject Access in the Online Catalog." Library Resources & Technical services
29, no. 1 (January-March 1985): 16-33. Designers of online catalogs need to
know that the requirements of subject access are more complicated than those of
access ...