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a library catalog in which each publication is described on a separate file card

an alphabetical listing of items (e

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So they organize books, but that is rarely done with card catalogues rather they use databases and digital metadata tags.
This team worked its way through the various runs wherever Australian serials were to be found, such as obscure pamphlet collections, strange brown-paper bundles in the strong room, and the far reaches of the Ferguson Collection, as well as more obvious places like the visible index, the old dictionary card catalogue and the divided serial card catalogue.
Ask the librarian to show you how to use a card catalogue and a computer to locate materials.
Every public library has a card catalogue that lists all the books the library owns.
David Bunn acquired the roughly seven million cards that made up the Los Angeles Central Library's now-obsolete card catalogue in 1990.
17 /PRNewswire/ -- SAZTEC announced today that it has been awarded the contract to retrospectively convert the Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Milan's central library card catalogue, consisting of some 1,500,000 items in total.
That may explain why users rely more on library staff than on the card catalogue in locating reading materials.
Similar to a library card catalogue, the index holds a copy of every page a spider reads and is updated accordingly when pages change.
This unit handles the cataloguing and classification of library materials, card production, maintenance of the card catalogue, indexing and abstracting services among others.
With ActiveIP, we have essentially taken an old-school card catalogue and applied it to the Internet.
o Resource Library - The NEVAgator's Resource Library provides an extensive card catalogue of high-technology analyst firms, trade and business publications, and scheduled conferences.
Like a library card catalogue, it is the entry point that provides some sense of order to the vast wealth of information on the Internet.
Like a card catalogue, it is the entry point that provides some sense of order to the vast wealth of information on the Internet.
We view the Internet as a vast library where all the books have been piled at random, and where there is no librarian or card catalogue to help you," said Delrina president, Mark Skapinker.