Research Cataloguing

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Sculpture, da Rovezzano
  • da Rovezzano, B. (1524-1529) No title [Sculpture]. Victoria and Albert Museum London, Sculpture Collection. Available at: http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O1290850/sculpture-da-rovezzano-benedetto/ (Accessed: 02.12.2015)
  • FIU Libraries (2015) What is Cataloging?. Available at: https://library.fiu.edu/about-us/cataloging/what-cataloging (Accessed: 28.11.2015)
  • Idaho Commission for Libraries (2015) What is the purpose of cataloging library materials?. Available at:  http://lili.org/forlibs/ce/able/course5/08purpose.htm (Accessed: 28.11.2015).
  • International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (2000) ISBD(G): General International Standard Bibliographic Description. Available at: URL (Accessed: 28.11.2015).
  • the Library of Congress (2014) Frequently Asked Questions about Cataloging. Available at: http://www.loc.gov/aba/about/catfaq.html (Accessed: 28.11.2015).
  • Cutter, C. A. (1891) Rules for a dictionary catalogue. Washington: G.P.O.
  • Hagler, R. (1997) The Bibliographic Record and Information Technology. Ottawa: American Library Association.
  • Ericksen, H. and Unger, I. (ed.) (2009) The Small Museums Cataloguing Manual. 4th edition. Victoria: Museums Australia.
  • Harpring, P. (2015) CATALOGING ART AND ARCHITECTURE, Introduction and Application of CDWA and CCO. Available at: https://www.getty.edu/research/tools/vocabularies/intro_to_cco_cdwa.pdf (Accessed: 02.12.2015).
  • University of the Arts London (2015) University Archives and Special Collections. Available at: http://archives.arts.ac.uk/Calmview/ (Accessed: 01.12.2015).

 

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