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TITLE: Glossary of Bibliographic Information by Language
DESCRIPTION: A very useful tool for acquiring and cataloging foreign language materials. Numbers and words used on title pages, versos, book ads, invoices, and other acquisitions-related correspondence in european languages: Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Latin, Norwegian, Spanish, Swedish.
KEYWORDS: dictionaries, foreign terms, library

 
TITLE: A Glossary of Cataloging Terms
DESCRIPTION: Created by the University of Oklahoma Libraries Catalog Department, the page lists cataloging terms compiled from Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules and Bohdan S. Wynar's Introduction to Cataloging and Classification.
KEYWORDS: dictionaries, library, cataloging

 
TITLE: Glossary of Library Terms
DESCRIPTION: Developed by the University of Connecticut Libraries, this is a list of library science terms and their definitions.
KEYWORDS: dictionaries, library

 
TITLE: Glossary of Library Terms
DESCRIPTION: Developed by the Cornell University Library, this list contains definitions of some of the 'library lingo' targeted for people using the Library's online system.
KEYWORDS: dictionaries, library

 
TITLE: The Information Professional's Glossary
DESCRIPTION: Created by the School of Information Resources and Library Science at the University of Arizona, this site lists library and information science terms and their definitions in alphabetical order. A very helpful reference tool for library and information students and professionals.
KEYWORDS: dictionaries, library, information science

 
TITLE: ODLIS: Online Dictionary of Library and Information Science
DESCRIPTION: Created by Joan M. Reitz, "ODLIS is designed as a reference resource for library and information science professionals, university students and faculty, and the general reader and library user. The primary criterion for including a new term is whether a librarian or other information professional might reasonably be expected to encounter it at some point in his (or her) career. The technical vocabulary of publishing, printing, book history, and computer science has been included when, in the author's judgment, a definition might prove helpful, not only to library and information professionals, but also to laypersons."--About ODLIS.
KEYWORDS: dictionaries, library, information science

 

 

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