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1IFLA Cataloguing Section and IFLA Meetings of Experts on an International Cataloguing Code (Hrsg.): Agnese Galeffi, A. ; Bertolini, M.V. ; Bothmann, R.L. ; Rodríguez, E.E. ; McGarry, D.: Statement of International Cataloguing Principles (ICP) 2016.
Den Haag : IFLA, 2016. 20 S.
Abstract: The original Statement of Principles - commonly known as the "Paris Principles" - was approved by the International Conference on Cataloguing Principles in 1961. Its goal of serving as a basis for international standardization in cataloguing has certainly been achieved: most of the cataloguing codes that were developed worldwide since that time have followed the Principles strictly or at least to a high degree. More than fifty years later, having a common set of international cataloguing principles is still necessary as cataloguers and users around the world use online catalogues as search and discovery systems. At the beginning of the 21st century, IFLA produced a new statement of principles (published in 2009) applicable to online library catalogues and beyond. The current version has been reviewed and updated in 2014 and 2015, and approved in 2016. The 2009 Statement of Principles replaced and explicitly broadened the scope of the Paris Principles from just textual resources to all types of resources, and from just the choice and form of entry to all aspects of bibliographic and authority data used in library catalogues. It included not only principles and objectives, but also guiding rules that should be included in cataloguing codes internationally, as well as guidance on search and retrieval capabilities. This 2016 edition takes into consideration new categories of users, the open access environment, the interoperability and the accessibility of data, features of discovery tools and the significant change of user behaviour in general. This statement builds on the great cataloguing traditions of the world, as well as on the conceptual models in the IFLA Functional Requirements family.
Inhalt: This statement covers: - Scope - General Principles - Entities, Attributes, and Relationships - Bibliographic Description - Access Points - Objectives and Functions of the Catalogue - Foundations for Search Capabilities Vgl. auch: http://www.ifla.org/publications/node/11015.
Themenfeld: Formalerschließung ; Regelwerke
Objekt: Paris principles ; ICP
2McGarry, D.: Magda Heiner-Freiling and her work in the IFLA Section on Classification and Indexing : ein Erfahrungsbericht.
In: New pespectives on subject indexing and classification: essays in honour of Magda Heiner-Freiling. Red.: K. Knull-Schlomann, u.a. Leipzig : Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, 2008. S.313-316.
Abstract: Magda Heiner-Freiling was an exceptional person, and her participation with the Section on Classification and Indexing helped to produce valuable publications as well as contributing to a very pleasant working environment. She participated in and contributed to a satellite meeting on subject indexing, in a Working Group on Principles Underlying Subject Heading Languages, and in surveying national libraries and national bibliographies on subject heading languages and classification systems used. She brought many excellent qualities to her work.
Themenfeld: Biographische Darstellungen
3Escolano Rodríguez, E. ; McGarry, D.: Consolidated ISBD : a step forward.
Abstract: This is a presentation on the new version of the ISBD. It is new because the structure has been changed, integrating the description of all types of resources covered in the specialized ISBDs into one ISBD. At the same time, requirements for the description of all resources have been updated to bring the description of all materials to the same state of conformity with FRBR. We shall give a short history of the background of the ISBD Review Group's work and discuss the reasons why the group considered this revision necessary. Then we shall describe the procedures followed in the work on consolidation and the most problematic issues encountered, so it will be clear what is not included in this first edition. Finally we shall explain our intention of further revision and updating in the near future.
Inhalt: Vortrag anlässlich: WORLD LIBRARY AND INFORMATION CONGRESS: 73RD IFLA GENERAL CONFERENCE AND COUNCIL 19-23 August 2007, Durban, South Africa. - 145 - Cataloguing
4McGarry, D. ; Svenonius, E.: ¬An interview with Elaine Svenonius.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 29(2000) no.4, S.5-18.
Abstract: In an interview with Dorothy McGarry, Elaine Svenonius discusses her many-faceted career. Topics include her research interests in subject and descriptive cataloging (Svenonius notes that it "takes some untangling of vocabulary and semantics to see that the traditional bifurcation separating subject and descriptive cataloging is artificial"); her teaching experience, especially her use of Andrew Osborn's "active learning" seminar method; and her views about the development of information science and its relationship to librarianship.
5McGarry, D.: Conference on 'actual problems of subject indexing and subject access systems'.
In: International cataloguing and bibliographic control. 27(1998) no.3, S.58-59.
Abstract: Summary of papers contributed to the conference on actual problems of subject indexing and subject access systems held in the National Library of Russia, St. Petersburg 27-29 April, 1998, in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Research Group on Subject Analysis and Subject Cataloguing. Papers covered theoretical and practical aspects of subject indexing, ans speakers emphasise national and international cooperation in authority control
Anmerkung: Papers will be available on a Web page: http://www.nlr.org
6McGarry, D.: Guidelines for subject authority and reference entries.
In: International cataloguing and bibliographic control. 25(1996) no.3, S.67-68.
Abstract: Provides a background to the development of the Guidelines for Subject Authority Reference Entries, prepared by a working group of the section on classification and indexing of the IFLA. Discusses authority entries, specific reference entries; and general reference entries
8McGarry, D.: Section on classification and indexing.
In: ALCTS newsletter. 5(1994) no.1, S.8-9.
Anmerkung: Bericht über das satellite meeting 'Subject indexing: principles and practices in the '90s' in Lissabon 1993 und die IFLA-Tagung 1993 in Barcelona
9Svenonius, E. ; McGarry, D.: Objectivity in evaluating subject heading assignment.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 16(1993) no.2, S.5-40.
Abstract: Recent papers have called attention to discrepancies in the assignment of LCSH. While philosophical arguments can be made that subject analysis, if not a logical impossibility, at least is point-of-view dependent, subject headings continue to be assigned and continue to be useful. The hypothesis advanced in the present project is that to a considerable degree there is a clear-cut right and wrong to LCSH subject heading assignment. To test the hypothesis, it was postulated that the assignment of a subject heading is correct if it is supported by textual warrant (at least 20% of the book being cataloged is on the topic) and is constructed in accordance with the LoC Subject Cataloging Manual: Subject Headings. A sample of 100 books on scientific subjects was used to test the hypothesis
Themenfeld: Indexierungsstudien ; Inhaltsanalyse
10McGarry, D.: Displays of bibliographic records in call number order : functions of the displays and data elements needed.
In: Cognitive paradigms in knowledge organisation. 2nd Int. ISKO Conf., Madras, 26.-28.8.1992. Bangalore : Sarada Ranganathan Endowment for Library Science, 1992. S.65-80.
Abstract: Online displays of bibliographic records in call number order can serve various functions. A literature search showed no papers or books discussing this topic directly. Various displays from online catalogues available via the Internet were examined, as were displays sent to the author by colleagues. A number of the displays were uninformative to the extent that the identification of works associated with call numbers was difficult or impossible without follow-up searching of the individual bibliographic records. Other displays provided information where further searching of the database would not be required for most purposes. Displays noted ranged from displays with call numbers alone, with no bibliographic information, to records including main entry, title, statement of responsibility, place, publisher, and date. Suggestions of useful data elements to be included in displays of bibliographic records in call number order are made for the following functions: shelflisting, cataloguing, catalogue maintenance, reference, public searches, acquisition and collection development, and inventory control. Recommendations are made that the following data elements should be present in call number displays: entire call number as a sequencing element; main entry; entire title proper, and the date. Concern is expressed that the call number filing arrangement be that followed in traditional shelflists, and a suggestion is made that possible consensus on the placement of the data elements within a display be considered in the future
Themenfeld: OPAC ; Klassifikationssysteme im Online-Retrieval
11McGarry, D.: Report from the section on classification and indexing : 1991-1992.
In: Vortrag, IFLA general conference, New Dehli 1992.
12McGarry, D.: Priorities for retrospectvie conversion.
In: International cataloguing and bibliographic control. 21(1992) no.1, S.8-10.
Abstract: Outlines the factors upon which priorities for and strategies in retrospective conversion depend. Discusses advantages and limitations of the following priorities: first convert records for serials, either current or all serials; currently circulating monographs; by date of publication; starting with the most recent publications; materials in one branch of a library with descipline-specific branches before going on to records in other branches; specific classification ranges; materials intended for off-site storage; materials for which special funding is received; or convert materials from A-Z, working either from the public catalogue or the shelflist records
13McGarry, D. ; Svenonius, E.: More on improved browsable displays for online subject access.
In: Information technology and libraries. 10(1991), S.185-191.
Abstract: Key problems of subject searches in online public access catalogs are that too much may be retrieved and that the display may be arranged in what appears to be an unintuitive and unhelpful manner. A study was undertaken on one large database to determine how often the display of a subject and its modifications and subdivisions extended over more than two screens and what the results on display would be of compressing geographic subdivisions and other modifications. The study then addressed the question of how often the display of a term and its subdivisions was interrupted by the appearance in the display of inverted headings, phrase headings, and headings with parenthetical qualifiers
14McGarry, D.: Report from the section on classification and indexing : 1989-90.
In: International cataloguing and bibliographic control. 19(1990), S.54-55.