Cataloguing provides information such as creator names, titles, and subject terms that describe resources, typically through the creation of bibliographic records. Whereas Indexing is an indirect shortcut derived from and pointing into, a greater volume of values, data, information or knowledge and process of entering information from historical records into an online, searchable database. This book covers the important issues in the field, including archival finding aids, search engines, the major indexing and abstracting databases, subject guides, vendor-supplied cataloging records and much more.
Print ISBN: 9781682502518 | $ 160 | 2016 | Hardcover
Contributors: Giuliano Genetasio et al