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Synonyms for bibliographic

relating to or dealing with bibliography

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Coyle, a librarian, examines how the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) bibliographic model treats bibliographic description and how it reflects technology and the goals of libraries.
Critique: A seminal work that combines basic information with keen experienced driven insights, "FRBR, Before and After: A Look at Our Bibliographic Models" will prove to be of exceptional interest to LIS students and working librarians alike.
To this aim, we also propose the following objectives: i) the construction of a bibliographical portfolio aligned with the theme of "Performance Evaluation in the Public Sector"; and ii) to carry out a bibliometric study of the bibliographic portfolio selected with a view to analysis and identification of articles, authors and prominent journals as well as the presentation of recurring key words to the topic of research.
There are many diverse organizations--not just libraries--that are creating and curating bibliographic information.
The bibliographic control project is very important, fundamental, and indispensable in Africa.
Under the contract the KEVRIC team prepares biomedical and scientific bibliographic citations for entry into MEDLINE, NLM's bibliographic database that is the primary component of PubMed.
The library contains around 14 million catalogue records comprising a wealth of bibliographic data.
Among his many scholarly achievements, Thomas Clayton edited The Hamlet First Published (Delaware, 1992), bringing welcome attention to Q1 Hamlet on its own terms, through essays dealing with both its bibliographic and literary issues.
As coordinator of library instruction, I would be in charge of the various instructional and assistance programs the reference department had to offer, namely bibliographic instruction and the research assistance program.
one of the world's leading publishers of bibliographic information, has introduced a Web- based subscription product of Spanish language books, audiobooks and video at http://www.
Leslie, chair, Bibliographic Standards Committee (BSC)
EndNote is a bibliographic reference organizer that should appeal to librarians, researchers, and college students.
While the need for authoritative, subject-specific resources providing bibliographic and other research-oriented information is not new, the method for delivering this information has changed dramatically in recent years.
Bibliographic Software: One or more electronic search, storage, and retrieval programs that organize reference material, citations, bibliographies, footnotes, and related information within intercommunicating databases for rapid search and retrieval.
The 24 OUP journals will also feature links from references in articles to citations in Ovid bibliographic databases like MEDLINE, CINAHL, PsycINFO, and BIOSIS, and to full text in other journals.