Cataloging And Classification: An Introduction

By: Chan, Lois Mai

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Cataloging and Classification is also a name for the course that covers general principles of bibliography, cataloging, and indexing, that is required for students working toward degrees in Library/Information Science. Of the few texts available for the course, Lois Chan's Cataloging and Classification is the best because the author is the most widely known and respected authority in the field and the text contains complex, difficult information that is presented clearly and in an organized, understandable manner, and provides exercises to reinforce the concepts. DJ rubbed, moderately edgeworn, in new mylar book jacket cover. ; Mcgraw-Hill Series in Library Education Series; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 397 pages; 21975

Title: Cataloging And Classification: An Introduction

Author Name: Chan, Lois Mai

Categories: BIBLIOPHILIA,

Edition: 1st Edition Thus; 5th Printing

Publisher: Mcgraw-Hill: 1981

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine in Very Good+ Dust Jacket

Seller ID: 21975

Keywords: Library Science & Guidance Publishing & Books Reference Bibliographical References,