Access issues for nonprint documents: Toys. Maureen Southorn IST 616. Toys as nonprint items: Why?. Public and school libraries may offer toy collections to serve their young patrons.
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A MARC record for one of MCPL’s toys collection
The Dewey Decimal Classification System. (Undated). Ready reference card for librarians provided by the Onondaga County Public Library System to its member libraries. Obtained in Oct, 2006 as part of the Jordan Bramley Library new employee packet.
Gorman, M., Winkler, P.W. (editors), and Joint Steering Committee for Revision of AACR. (1988). Anglo-American cataloguing rules - Second edition. American Library Association: Chicago.
Library of Congress. Understanding MARC Authority Records: Machine Readable Cataloging. Retrieved Nov. 6, 2007 from http://www.loc.gov/marc/uma/
Willis-Camp, T. (Dec. 2, 1999). Toys: Classification and description. Retrieved Nov. 6, 2007 from http://www.slais.ubc.ca/courses/libr513/2000-2001-wt1/presentations/willis/default.htm
*All unmarked graphics were retrieved on Nov. 6, 2007 fromhttp://strongmuseum.com/NTHoF/NTHoF.html*