Comprehensive cataloging and catalog management resources on the Internet. Includes resources in the following areas: General Resources, Authority Maintenance, Descriptive Cataloging, Library Online Public Access Catalogs, MARC Formats, Departmental Policy and Procedures, Organizing Internet Resources -- Non-Cataloging Approach, Organizing Internet Resources -- Traditional Cataloging Approach, Rare Materials Cataloging, Subject Cataloging and Classification, E-Mail Lists and Newsgroups, Electronic Journals, and Software. Quite extensive.
Weblog on cataloging issues and other topics.
In addition to general cataloguing sites, provides resources relating to rare book cataloguing, medieval manuscripts, and 'history of the book' sites. Provided by the RBMS Bibliographic Standards Committee.
Provides pointers to a variety of cataloguing documentation on the Internet, including descriptive & subject cataloguing resources, and MARC and OCLC resources. Also has pointers directly to Help sections on OCLC and LC pages.
The home page for the Cataloging Policy and Support Office, the office that formulates and documents descriptive and subject cataloging policy at the Library of Congress. Includes cataloguing tools and documentation, current information on LC Classification, and cataloging policy papers and reports.
AUTOCAT is a semi-moderated electronic discussion list. It serves as an electronic forum for the discussion of all questions relating to cataloging and authority control in libraries. Website provides subscription information, command options, searchable archive of messages, and list FAQs.
From this homepage you can access local cataloguing tools, as well as resources from other Internet hosts around the world, including the Library of Congress, National Library of Canada, and OCLC. Includes tools in authority work, classification, and subject analysis. Homepage for the Bibliographic Control Services of the Queen Elizabeth II Library at Memorial University of Newfoundland.
A list of the most likely typographical errors to be found in OPACs and other library databases. Provided by Terry Ballard.
A collection of useful sites for serials catalogers, such as cataloging documentation, listservs, and ejournals of interest to serials catalogers.
From OCLC, a guide to cataloguing internet document using AACR2 and OCLC MARC.