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Condensed rules for an author and title catalogue.
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Sources: RDA and sound recordings—a cataloging workshop by Kathy Glennan A brief introduction to RDA for scores & sound recordings by Nancy Lorimer Changes from AACR2 to RDA: a comparison of examples by Adam L. Schiff, Principal Cataloger, University of Washington Libraries Significant changes for cataloging music: AACR2 vs. RDA by Daniel Paradis, Concordia University. an author card or main entry card is a formal card arranged alphabetically according to the author's name. An Author card contains only one title of a book by a certain author, thus if the library.
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American Library Association. The American Library Association (ALA) cataloguing rules “Condensed Rules for an Author & Title Catalog” were first published in the Library Journal in In ALA appointed a committee led by J.C.M. Hanson of the Library of Congress to revise these rules.
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One of the most consistent and easily corrected mistakes I see with book covers that are designed by authors is weak or inappropriate typography. Given that a book cover usually has very few words on it, and those words (title, subtitle, author’s name) have a huge influence on buying decisions, this can be a major problem.
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The American Library Association (ALA) cataloguing rules “Condensed Rules for an Author & Title Catalog” were first published in the Library Journal in In ALA appointed a committee led by J.C.M. Hanson of the Library of Congress to revise these rules.
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