Md. Ashikuzzaman

  • Cutter’s rules of Cataloguing

    Charles Cutter (1837-1903) was another pioneering librarian. One part of his large body of work was Rules for a Printed Dictionary Catalog (1876, with several revisions), which “became the basis for the dictionary catalog, which was to become the predominant form of catalogs in general libraries in the United States” (Chan 34). Cutter (8) elegantly set out what a catalogue should do, and how: 2.To…

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  • British Museum’s Cataloguing Rules

    Sir Anthony Panizzi (1787-1879) was a pioneering English librarian whose 91 rules for the British Museum’s catalogue, “Rules for the Compilation of the Catalogue”, are “considered to be the first major cataloguing code” (Chan 34). There is not room to go into all of Panizzi’s work or the Royal Commission that examined it, but a statement Panizzi made to the Commission is perfectly valid 160…

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  • ALA 1949 Cataloguing Code (ALA-49)

    Since the Library of Congress was revising its rules for description, the American Library Association decided to omit that portion of the rules from the 1941 draft and include only the rules for entry and heading in the ALA rules. This decision was made partly because individual libraries had been following LC practice (owing to the availability of LC printed cards) and partly because that…

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  • Digital Acquisition Process of Library Materials

    Digital Resources of Library and Information Center. The resources of information which are available in the form of Digital or Electronic format are known as digital resources. Digital resource is the knowledge that becomes a dynamic resource for global sharing more easily than knowledge in any form and lends scope for automated delivery mechanisms. Information have been embedded in varieties of ways and forms in…

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  • Subject cataloguing : Video Blog (English)

    Subject: Library and Information Science Lecture Topic: Subject cataloguing and Library Paper: Knowledge Organization Structure – Cataloguing Content writer: Dr. S. P. Sood and Prof. S. S. Agrawal Objectives of this lecture module: To define Chain Procedure and discuss its terminology, steps, advantages and disadvantages. To define POPSI and discuss its advantages, steps, working and potentialities. To define PRECIS and discuss its chief characteristics, string…

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  • Forms of Library Catalogue : Video Blog (English)

    Subject: Library and Information Science Paper: Knowledge Organization Structure – Cataloguing Content writer: Dr. S.P. Sood Director, Ex-Associate Professor and Head, Dept. of Library & I.T, University of Rajasthan.   Objectives of this module: To define the various forms of library catalogue. To discuss the conventional and non-conventional physical forms of library catalogue. To discuss the inner forms of library catalogue and its various kinds.…

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  • About Library Catalogue : Video Blog (English)

    Topic: Library catalogue Subject: Library and Information Science Paper: Knowledge Organization Structure – Cataloguing Content writer: Dr. S.P. Sood Director, Ex-Associate Professor and Head, Dept. of Library & I.T, University of Rajasthan. Video Lecture Module: To define the Library Catalogue. To discuss the functions of library Catalogue. To discuss the need and purpose of library catalogue with special reference to the five laws of library…

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  • Organizational Structure of Library : Video Blog

    Topic:  Organizational Structure of Library. Subject : Library and Information Science Paper: Management of Libraries and Information Centers & Knowledge Centers Content writer : R K Verma (Ret. Sr. Scientist, NISCAIR, New Delhi) Video Created by: e-Acharya

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  • Video Blog : Concept, Definition and Scope of Library Management (LIS) (English)

    Subject : Library and Information Science Paper: Management of Libraries and Information Centers & Knowledge Centers Content writer : Prof. H R Chopra Former Head, Dept. of Library & Information Science. Punjab University, Chandigarh. Lecture duration: 38:17 min Today you can learn from this video lecture: Context, definition, function, and related issues of many Library and Information Science. This is a part of Management of…

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  • Ready Reference Service in Library

    Ready Reference Service Reference service is a process in which readers receive their information through personal contact of the Reference librarian. There are queries of many types, varieties, and are time bound. Reference department always make efforts to remove the difficulties of the readers to fulfill their requirements. Therefore, all such information which are provided to readers immediately are called Ready reference service. American Library…

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