Last edited by Mosho
Wednesday, August 5, 2020 | History

5 edition of Ala Rules for Filing Catalog Cards found in the catalog.

Ala Rules for Filing Catalog Cards

by Pauline Augusta Seely

  • 108 Want to read
  • 14 Currently reading

Published by American Library Association .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bibliographies, catalogues, discographies,
  • Library & Information Science,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines,
  • Reference,
  • Language,
  • Alphabet,
  • Files and filing,
  • Library filing rules

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages104
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8223812M
    ISBN 100838900011
    ISBN 109780838900017

    2) I have always treated Mc as an abbreviation of Mac and filed them together. 3) According to my ancient volume of ALA filing rules (these are rules for filing catalog cards, for pete's sake! and I don't know if the same rules apply to shelf arrangement): " M', Mc, Mac. Arrange names beginning with the prefixes M' and Mc as if written Mac. Catalog cards were 2 by 5 inches (5 cm × 13 cm); the Harvard College size. One of the first acts of the newly formed American Library Association in was to set standards for the size of the cards used in American libraries, thus making their manufacture and the manufacture of cabinets, uniform. OCLC, major supplier of catalog cards.

    The Card Catalog: Books, Cards, and Literary Treasures is the Library of Congress’s (LOC) homage to the card catalog. The book gives a good overview of library history (the roots of the card catalog go all the way back to ancient Sumer) with a heavy emphasis on the LOC’s role as the leading U.S. library and producer of card-catalog cards.4/5. Jewett used stereotype plates to produce the library's catalog in book form, and proposed the sharing of cataloging among libraries. wrote a critique of the ALA rules for entry, Cataloging Rules and Principles: American Library Association rules: A.L.A. .

    General Rules for Transcription These rules apply to materials in all formats. For transcription rules specific to a particular material type or to an element within the description of a particular material type, see the instructions for that material type. Contents. Oct 07,  · "A card catalog is a physical listing of all of the contents of a library, organized with a single card for each item in the library." Not true. A single item (e.g book) has multiple cards with a particular access point printed as the top line of the card: author(s), title, subjects, and more.


Share this book
You might also like
The Greek city states

The Greek city states

Problems for social work

Problems for social work

Ballinderry Crannog no. 1

Ballinderry Crannog no. 1

Long distance for less

Long distance for less

The effect of temperament and the environment on the behavior of hospitalized school-age children

The effect of temperament and the environment on the behavior of hospitalized school-age children

eighth commandment

eighth commandment

century of architecture in Oregon, 1859-1959

century of architecture in Oregon, 1859-1959

Employee savings programs

Employee savings programs

Ottawa;

Ottawa;

Introductory engineering statistics

Introductory engineering statistics

Word interpreted and word interpreting

Word interpreted and word interpreting

Pretty Penelope

Pretty Penelope

A daughter of April

A daughter of April

Optimizing factory performance

Optimizing factory performance

Shock syndrome

Shock syndrome

Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci

The book of business quotations

The book of business quotations

Ala Rules for Filing Catalog Cards by Pauline Augusta Seely Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book was prepared by the ALA Editorial Committee's Subcommittee on the ALA Rules for Filing Catalog Cards, Pauline A. Seely, chairperson and editor.

Mar 18,  · The ALA Rules for Filing Catalog Cards, 2nd ed., by Pauline A. Seeley, is the classic guide to filing catalog cards using the basic order of alphabetical, "word-by-word" rules. They retain provisions for observing hierarchy in the form of catalog entries.

In these rules, names beginning with M', Mc, and Mac were all filed as if spelled "Mac".Author: Ala Library. The official rules governing the arrangement of catalog cards and other bibliographic records in files are accompanied by numerous examples.

These rules apply to the arrangement of bibliographic records of library materials whether displayed in card, book, or online format.

ALA Rules for Filing Catalog Cards American Library Association. Subcommittee on the ALA Rules for Filing Catalog Cards, American Library Association, American Library Association.

Subcommittee on the ALA Rules for Filing Catalog Cards. American Library Association. Subcommittee on the ALA Rules for Filing Catalog Cards. ALA rules for filing catalog cards. Chicago, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Pauline A Seely; American Library Association.

Subcommittee on the ALA Rules for Filing Catalog Cards.; American Library Association. Mar 18,  · This work is Ala Rules for Filing Catalog Cards book guide to filing catalogue cards using the basic order of alphabetical, word-by-word filing.

(Note: Although ALA Filing Rules has a publication date of and ALA Rules for Filing Catalog Cards, 2nd Edition has a publication date ofthese are the latest editions of both titles.)Author: Ala Library. Ala Rules for Filing Catalog Cards [Pauline A. Seely] on vassilyk.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The classic guide to filing catalog cards using the basic order of alphabetical, word-by-word filing.5/5(1). Standards and Guidelines (updates to page ongoing) This list includes documents entitled “standards” and “guidelines” as well as other documents of a similar nature entitled “statements,” “rules,” and “criteria.” Only those documents entitled “standards” and “guidelines” have been reviewed by the ALA Standards Review Committee for consistency with ALA policy.

The. ALA rules for filing catalog cards by American Library Association. Subcommittee on the ALA Rules for Filing Catalog Cards.; 8 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Library filing rules, Alphabetizing, Cataloging, Library Catalogs, Classement alphabétique, Filing, Accessible book, Protected DAISY, In.

Second ed.,prepared by the ALA editorial committee's Subcommittee on the ALA Rules for Filing catalog cards. Description: viii,[1] pages ; 24 cm: Other Titles: ALA rules for filing catalog cards American Library Association rules for filing catalog cards: Responsibility: prepared by a special committee, Sophie K.

Hiss, chairman. Jun 17,  · ALA rules for filing catalog cards by American Library Association. Subcommittee on the ALA Rules for Filing Catalog Cards; Seely, Pauline A.

(Pauline Augusta),ed; American Library Association. A.L.A. rules for filing catalog cardsPages: May 24,  · Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases Whole Foods Today's Deals AmazonBasics Coupons Gift Cards Customer Service Free Shipping Shopper Toolkit Registry Sell.

ALA Filing Rules. Ala Rules for Filing Catalog Cards Pauline A. Seely. /5(2). Click to read more about ALA rules for filing catalog cards by American Library Association. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: American Library Association.

Library filing rules Related name. Hiss, Sophie K. (Sophie Knowlton), Notes. Some of the copies have "corrections" (1 l.) laid in. Second ed.,prepared by the ALA editorial committee's Subcommittee on the ALA Rules for Filing catalog cards.

Bibliographic references Bibliography: p. [97] LCCN ; OCLC ; RCP. C - S. May 18,  · Successor to A.L.A. rules for filing catalog cards () and ALA rules for filing catalog cards, second edition (). ALA filing rules Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Books.

Scanned in vassilyk.com: Nov 17,  · Filing Rules / Alphabetizing on LibraryThing Talk about LibraryThing. you will see that the ALA Filing rules are "rules for the arrangement of bibliographic records whether displayed in card, book, or online format.

These rules are "letter-by-letter" (or "character by character") rules. Jul 26,  · ALA filing rules by American Library Association. Filing Committee.,American Library Association edition, in English There's no description for this book yet.

Edition Notes "Successor to A.L.A. rules for filing catalog cards () and ALA rules for filing catalog cards, second edition ()." Includes index. Classifications Pages: Filing rules based on the A.L.A. Rules for Filing Catalog Cards (alphabetic method). Compiler Field, Oliver Thoburn, Format Book; Language English; Published/ Created Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala.: Air University Library, Catalog Branch, Description 1.

He was citing the American Library Association Rules for Filing Catalog Cards (). According to the ALA wiki, it maintains in print two publications on filing rules, one covering that "word-by-word" convention, and another prepared in that is "letter-by-letter".

Dec 13,  · ALA Filing Rules () Guidelines for filing headings in catalogs, incorporating principles of Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, 2d ed., suitable also for computer filing. Developed by RTSD Filing Committee, ALA. Available in print (Chicago: ALA Editions) and as e-book (from Google Play) ALA Rules for Filing Catalog Cards (2nd ed., Author: Brooke Morris-Chott.

The Filing Rules are the successor to the ALA Rules for Filing Catalog Cards (2nd ed., ; 1st ed., ). "Since the present rules are based to a much greater extent than their predecessors on the 'file-as-is' principle, and since the new rules are applicable to bibliographic displays in other than card formats, the work should be.ALA Rules for Filing Catalog Cards (2nd ed., ) Pauline A.

Seely, editor. Available in print (Chicago: ALA Editions) and as e-book (from Google Play) Descriptive Cataloging ALA-LC Romanization Tables Transliteration schemes for non-roman scripts. Developed and maintained by Library of vassilyk.com: Brooke Morris-Chott.Filing rules.

(From SCM Shelflisting G). Filing rules come into play when author or geographic cutters need to be subarranged, in subarranging by main entry, or in situationswhen the main entry is the same and subarrangement by title is needed.

The basic rule is "file as is." For complex filing arrangements, refer to and base decisions on the Library of Congress.