6 edition of Moving Image Cataloging found in the catalog.
October 30, 2007
by Libraries Unlimited
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||288|
Archival Moving Image Materials: A Cataloging Manual (AMIM2). 2nd ed. revised by the AMIM Revision Committee, Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound gton, D.C.: Library of Congress, Cataloging Distribution Service, 1 v. ISBN X. This book is for every archivist (or archivist-in-training) who has opened a box or file cabinet or otherwise unearthed some carrier of moving image and sound and has wondered what to do. You may have not recognized the format, you may have not known if it held video or audio, and you may have not known how to describe the item.
Third Millennium Cataloging addresses the many changes in cataloging occurring today partly, although not exclusively, because of the rapid evolution of. Cataloging - Cataloging or Library Cataloging is the process of creating and maintaining bibliographic and authority records of the library catalog, the database of books, serials, sound recordings, moving images, cartographic materials, computer files, e-resources etc. that are owned by a library. The catalog may be in tangible form, such as a.
The Audiovisual Cataloging Current provides case studies that show: how the National Library of Medicine produces, collects, and catalogs non-print materials the differences between the Moving Image Genre-Form Guide and Library of Congress Subject Headings, with recommendations for improving LCSH as a tool and an exhaustive list of LCSH terms. Pull the book off the shelf just enough to grab the barcode, scan, push it back. And repeat ad nauseum. If you come across a book that has no barcode or has a sticker over the barcode, learn from my mistake and don’t pull said book off the shelf. You will likely encounter many of these, leading to towering piles. Instead, just flip the book.
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Moving Image Cataloging: How to Create and How to Use a Moving Image Catalog (Third Millennium Cataloging) - Kindle edition by Yee, Martha M. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Moving Image Cataloging: How to Create and How to Use a Moving Image Catalog (Third Millennium Cataloging).Cited by: 4. "Martha Yee is a well-known exponent of moving image cataloguing, and this book is correspondingly authoritative." - The Electronic Library " this is an excellent overview of the challenges, principles, and practices of cataloging moving image materials.
"This is a book which will become a standard work on the subject of cataloguing the moving image, and it needs to be read by those involved in cataloguing in film libraries, archives, and museums, as well as library schools and the more advanced cataloguing : $ Moving Image Cataloging by Martha M.
Yee,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(3). Get this from a library. Moving image cataloging: how to create and how to use a moving image catalog.
[Martha M Yee] -- Libraries, archives, and museums hold a wide variety of moving images, all of which require the same level of attention to issues of organization and access as their print counterparts. Consequently. This presentation will provide an overview of the cataloging of moving image content using RDA, focusing on areas that differ from AACR2, are challenging to interpret, or are in need of community consensus.
Examples include DVD, Blu-ray, streaming video, and video games. An ALCTS Webcast This presentation will provide an overview of the cataloging of moving image content using RDA, focusing. Archival Moving Image Materials: A Cataloging Manual - Update Pages. Bicentennial Conference on Bibliographic Control for the New Millennium () Publication no longer available from the Cataloging Distribution Service (CDS) Cataloging Service Bulletin: to CJK Compatibility Database.
Descriptive Cataloging Manual Section Z1 and LC. Internet Archive BookReader Archival Moving Image Materials: A Cataloging Manual (2nd Edition) Internet Archive. Internet Archive. Settings Copy and paste one of these options to share this book elsewhere.
Link to this page view Link to the book Embed a mini Book Reader. Read Moving Image Cataloging: How to Create and How to Use a Moving Image Catalog (Third Millennium. The Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division (MBRS) at the Library of Congress has responsibility for the acquisition, cataloging and preservation of the motion picture and television collections.
The Division operates the Moving Image Research Center to provide access and information services to an international community of film and television professionals, archivists. Both descriptive cataloging, based on AACR2 and LCRIs, and subject cataloging, based primarily on LCSH, are treated in detail.
Forty-two examples of bibliographic records appear in MARC format. Every example includes an LC classification number, LC subject headings, and genre terms from Moving Image Materials: Genre : Lowell Ashley.
She has been employed as a moving image cataloguer for over a decade, including for the Academy Film Archive and, currently, for the Department of Film at The Museum of Modern Art. She gives talks and presentations on moving image cataloging and metadata standards, and teaches workshops and university classes.
Presenter. Siobhan C. Hagan graduated from NYU’s Moving Image Archiving and Preservation program and began her career at the UCLA Library in as the first audiovisual preservationSiobhan began working at the University of Baltimore as the audiovisual archivist in the Special Collections Department.
Archival Moving Image Materials: A Cataloging Manual (AMIM) and this second edition (AMIM2) provide rules for the cataloging of archival moving image materials, both film and video.
AMIM2 is a thorough revision and expansion of the first edition. The FIAF Moving Image Cataloguing Manual is the result of many years of labor and collaboration with numerous professionals in the moving image field.
It is more than a simple revision of The FIAF Cataloguing Rules for Film Archives (), as it needed to address the changes in information technology that we’ve seen over the past two decades.
Since most moving image bib records are entered under title, keep in mind that with RDA, if the title proper of a video conflicts with the title proper of a monograph or serial in any format, a needs to be made for the video to differentiate it from the title proper of the resource already in the catalog.
The Moving Image highlights crucial issues surrounding the preservation, archiving, and restoration of film, video, and digital moving images. The journal features detailed profiles of moving image collections; interpretive and historical essays about archival materials; articles on archival description, appraisal, and access; behind-the- scenes looks at the techniques used to preserve.
Original and Derived Cataloging. This document is largely superseded by OLAC Best Practices for Cataloging DVD-Video and Blu-ray Discs Using RDA and M though it is still maintained and has many local SUL is the version of the document.
Moving Image Cataloging: How to Create and Use a Moving Image Catalog, by Martha M. Yee. Published by Libraries Unlimited, ISBN Call number: ZY44 ; Authority Control.
Maxwell's Guide to Authority Work, by Robert L. Maxwell. Published by American Library Association, c ISBN Cataloging of motion pictures. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader term: Motion pictures; Used for: Cataloging of moving-pictures; Filed under: Cataloging of motion pictures Archival Moving Image Materials: A Cataloging Manual (based on the second edition with update 1, ), by Library of Congress.
frame-dependent HTML at. Copy Cataloging/Editing. With book in hand, search the book in Unicorn using the Search command. Enter the first few words of the title in “Words or Phrases.” It is NOT necessary to enter the entire title, but it is necessary to use complete words.
The bottom line .Scope. This cataloging procedure covers the cataloging of books which are accompanied by one or more non-book items. It does not cover non-book materials with accompanying material (such as a computer file with user guide or a sound recording with substantial program notes), though much of the technical information is the same.About this Book Catalog Record Details.
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