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a librarian who classifies publication according to a categorial system

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For further direction on more complex instructions, the authors point the cataloguer to the LC-PCC PSs (Library of Congress-Program for Cooperative Cataloging Policy Statements).
However it is also noted that for the book to be most beneficial, it is desirable for the cataloguer to have some previous cataloguing experience and to be familiar with a range of resources such as OCLC, Library of Congress Map Cataloguing Manual, MARC 21, ISBD Punctuation and Cartographic Materials: A Manual of Interpretation for AACR2.
Many map cataloguers have awaited the publication of RDA and Cartographic Resources with interest, anticipating that it would help ease the transition from AACR2 to RDA and enhance understanding and knowledge of this new cataloguing standard.
With such a major change to cataloguing standards, it became apparent that there would be a need for additional resources to help cataloguers understand RDA and how to apply it in the current MARC21 environment.
Paige Andrew, Susan Moore and Mary Larsgaard are internationally well-known librarians, published authors, and map cataloguers.
described cataloguer position as firmly established in librarianship, in contrast to new professional as database searchers, or information specialists.
The activities expected of cataloguer, they emphasised were the core skills of cataloguers: original cataloguing, authority control, copy cataloguing, descriptive and subject cataloguing.
Beside it appears researchers and cataloguer professional are all concern with recruitment, education and careers of cataloguers and realises that something needed to be done.
Summary of literatures indicated that the skills required of the professional cataloguer for practice include: descriptive and subject cataloguing skill, classification skill, subject analysis and authority control skills.
To accomplish this task of cataloguing and classification, the cataloguer needs requisite skill, ability and knowledge (Taylor, 2004).