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Module 6: The Electronic Library: Cataloguing

Subject cataloging

Standards

OCLC for Librarians

Dewey training courses

OCLC have developed an online set of training materials for the DDC focused on the needs of experienced librarians who need Dewey application training. We hope the materials will also be useful as supplementary materials in other Dewey training contexts, such as teaching Dewey to students in Library and Information Science programs. The materials include modules on general principles governing the operation of the DDC as well as modules on the structure and use of specific tables and main classes. All course materials are available at no charge.

OCLC WebJunction training


Browse from OCLC's WebJunction Collection Management specific courses and webinar recordings. Available for free to all library workers and volunteers. Through the generous support of OCLC and many state library agencies across the US, WebJunction provides timely and relevant learning content for you to access anytime, from anywhere.
Note: new learners need to create an account

LoC for Librarians and Archivists

Cataloging and Acquisitions - The Acquisitions and Bibliographic Access Directorate provides acquisitions and bibliographic access services to the Library of Congress and leadership in bibliographic access collaborations and standards for the library and information service communities, nationally and internationally, and training and instructional design for the Library Services service unit of the Library of Congress.

Bibliographic Access - Cataloging staff are responsible for the description, subject analysis, and classification of books, serials, and a wide variety of special format materials collected by the Library of Congress.  Learn more about this.

Cataloguers Network

Founded in 1980, OLAC is an organization for catalogers concerned with all types of nonprint materials, including a wide range of digital resources as well as more “traditional” formats: video and sound recordings, websites, maps, multimedia, graphic materials, and realia. Through conferences, workshops, publications, and the electronic discussion list, catalogers exchange information and enjoy expert and practical advice on cataloging audiovisual resources. OLAC became an ALA affiliate in 2008.

RDA Series Webinars

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More resources on Cataloging and Metadata

Library Network Support Services Western Balkans Platform

LNSS LibGuides - Univerzitet Crne Gore - Centralna Univerzitetska Biblioteka