MARCup to Markup: Education for Cataloguing and Classification in Australia

Reynolds, S and Harvey, R 2006, 'MARCup to Markup: Education for Cataloguing and Classification in Australia', Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, vol. 41, no. 3, pp. 173-192.


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Title MARCup to Markup: Education for Cataloguing and Classification in Australia
Author(s) Reynolds, S
Harvey, R
Year 2006
Journal name Cataloging & Classification Quarterly
Volume number 41
Issue number 3
Start page 173
End page 192
Total pages 20
Publisher Routledge
Abstract This article considers the current state in Australia of education for cataloguing and classification (considered broadly and encompassing descriptive cataloguing, subject access, classification, metadata, knowledge organisation, bibliographic control, and other related areas for all formats of library resources). Data comes from, subject and course descriptions located in the handbook entries and web sites of Australian programs in library and information studies, and from an informal survey of practising cataloguers and library educators. Conclusions are drawn about the range of subjects taught, their focus, and their levels.
Subject Librarianship
DOI - identifier 10.1300/J104v41n03_02
ISSN 0163-9374
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