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1Kleeck, D. Van ; Nakano, H. ; Langford, G. ; Shelton, T. ; Lundgren, J. ; O'Dell, A.J.: Managing bibliographic data quality for electronic resources.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 55(2017) no.7/8, S.560-577.
Abstract: This article presents a case study of quality management issues for electronic resource metadata to assess the support of user tasks (find, select, and obtain library resources) and potential for increased efficiencies in acquisitions and cataloging workflows. The authors evaluated the quality of existing bibliographic records (mostly vendor supplied) for e-resource collections as compared with records for the same collections in OCLC's WorldShare Collection Manager (WCM). Findings are that WCM records better support user tasks by containing more summaries and tables of contents; other checkpoints are largely comparable between the two source record groups. The transition to WCM records is discussed.
Inhalt: Vgl.: https://doi.org/10.1080/01639374.2017.1350777.
Themenfeld: Metadaten ; Formalerschließung
Behandelte Form: Elektronische Dokumente
2Kleeck, D. Van ; Langford, G. ; Lundgren, J. ; Nakano, H. ; O'Dell, A.J. ; Shelton, T.: Managing bibliographic data quality in a consortial academic library : a case study.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 54(2016) no.7, S.452-467.
Abstract: This article presents a case study of quality management for print and electronic resource metadata, summarizing problems and solutions encountered by the Cataloging and Discovery Services Department in the George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida. The authors discuss national, state, and local standards for cataloging, automated and manual record enhancements for data, user feedback, and statewide consortial factors. Findings show that adherence to standards, proactive cleanup of data via manual processes and automated tools, collaboration with vendors and stakeholders, and continual assessment of workflows are key to the management of biblio-graphic data quality in consortial academic libraries.
Inhalt: Vgl.: https://doi.org/10.1080/01639374.2016.1210709.
Anwendungsfeld: Wissenschaftliche Bibliotheken
3Newsom, C. ; Lundgren, J. ; Poehlmann, N.: Genre terms for chemistry and engineering : not just for literature anymore.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 46(2008) no.4, S.412-424.
Abstract: We developed a project utilizing the local form/genre heading, "property data," and specific subheadings to help chemists, engineers, and those librarians assisting them to more easily locate library resources containing chemical and physical properties of substances. This article describes the project and examines possibilities for improving access to physical sciences literature in relation to Library of Congress Subject Headings and ongoing developments in authority records for form/genre terms. It also introduces functionality of such headings in the new "next generation" catalogs.
Themenfeld: Verbale Doksprachen für präkombinierte Einträge
Wissenschaftsfach: Chemie ; Ingenieurwissenschaften
4Lundgren, J. ; Simpson, B.: Looking through users' eyes : what do graduate students need to know about Internet resources via the library catalog?.
In: Journal of Internet cataloging. 1(1999) no.4, S.31-44.
Abstract: A survey completed by graduate students at the University of Florida expressed their views of the usefulness of typical elements of description for Internet resources appropriate to their work or studies. The students indicated most support for inclusion of title, primary author, Internet address and summary. Other elements found very useful were subject, level of information, titles of related works in print, date created, date updated, access limits, additional authors, recommended software, system requirements, size of file, edition, frequency, and if graphics are included. Overall, they showed a desire for full level descriptions of Internet resources
5Armstrong, H. ; Lundgren, J.: Cataloging aerial photograpbs and other remote-sensing materials.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 27(1999) nos.1/2, S.165-227.
Abstract: Remote-sensing images are valuable library resources, which provide highly useful information to a variety of library patrons. They are graphic representations of spatial relationships recorded by a device that was not in physical contact with the geographic entity being studied. Effective access and description in the library catalog is necessary so that these images may be found and used. This article discusses characteristics of remote-sensing images and maps: how to identify them; and how to catalog, classify and provide subject access for them. A variety of remote-sensing items and their catalog records are reproduced and discussed, including application of the new Remote-sensing 007 field.
Anmerkung: Teil eines Themenheftes zu: "Maps and related cartographic materials: cataloging, classification, and bibliographic control"
Behandelte Form: Karten
6Lundgren, J. ; Simpson, B.: Cataloging needs survey for faculty at the University of Florida.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 23(1997) nos.3/4, S.47-63.
Abstract: Reports results of a questionnaire survey of lecturers and students, at Florida University at Gainesville, to determine the degree to which the information provided in catalogue records serve the needs of library users and the usefulness of including and displaying typical elements of catalogue records. Results indicate the highest level of agreement with usefulness of: title; primary author; date; subjects; other authors; and series. There were moderately high levels of agreement for: summary notes; contents notes; standard numbers; publisher; pagination; and related titles; and lower levels of agreement for reference notes; place of publication; index notes; illustrations; and size
Themenfeld: OPAC ; Benutzerstudien