MARC- Machine Readable Cataloging. LI 804 Organization of Information Group Presentation. MARC: Definition. Machine-Readable Cataloging Description Main entry and added entries Subject headings Call number. What is MARC?. Time saving One standard Resource sharing Vendor compatiblity.
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LI 804 Organization of Information Group Presentation
X10 Corporate names
X11 Meeting names
X30 Uniform titles
X40 Bibliographic titles
X50 Topical terms
X51 Geographic names
0XX Control information, numbers, codes
1XX Main entry
2XX Titles, edition, imprint
3XX Physical description, etc.
4XX Series statements (as shown in the book)
6XX Subject added entries
7XX Added entries other than subject or series
8XX Series added entries (other authoritative forms)
010 Library of Congress Control Number (LCCN)
020 International Standard Book Number (ISBN)
100 Personal name main entry
245 Title information
260 Publication information
300 Physical description
440 Series statement/added entry
520 Annotation or summary note
650 Topical subject heading
Dr. Henriette Avram
“Mother of MARC”
Photo credit: Schudel, M. (2006, May). Henriette Avram, ‘mother of MARC’ dies.
Library of Congress Information Bulletin, 65(5), 130, 132. Retrieved from http://www.loc.gov/loc/lcib/0605/avram.html
Photo credit: fabi_k- Fabienne Kneifel(2008, September). Grad Library- Old card catalog. Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/fabi_k/3003119330/.
Taken in downtown Ann Arbor, MI
Photo credit: Travelin’ Librarian- Michael Sauers (2006, September). Card Catalog Card. Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/travelinlibrarian/237669817/
Photo credit: Beancounter parodies- Pam and Anthony (2006, September). Another card catalog extols ‘Parodies’. Retrieved from http://beancounters.blogs.com/parodies/2006/09/another_card_ca.html