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a librarian who classifies publication according to a categorial system

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It serves the goals of the authors as "a handbook for the beginning music cataloger" (p.
* Developing skills to build capacity among catalogers to describe manuscript collections, while drawing on RBSCP's curatorial expertise
Caroline Herschel: Astronomer and Cataloger of the Sky outlines her pioneering efforts in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries to catalog comets.
Fast Video Cataloger 3 is a professional video media manager that makes videos as easy to handle as images.
The ample spaces on the side of the pages are useful for a cataloger's remarks and additional pencil notes.
original: If a cataloger worked with a substantial amount of original cataloging, (s)he would have a lower production expectation than a cataloger who did primarily copy cataloging.
Catalogers at the Defense Logistics Information Service recently assisted the Navy in its relief efforts for December's tsunami.
Environmentalists hold up Norm Thompson Outfitters as a shining beacon of what a major cataloger can accomplish.
HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill.-Sears has rolled out Lands' End products to all of its 870 stores and the cataloger's home collection to 515 units, Lee Antonio, a spokeswoman, told HFN.
Talbots is a leading specialty retailer, cataloger and e-tailer of women's classic apparel and accessories.
This catalogue is indeed a gem, not only because of the quality of its printing but also because it facilitates comparison between "original" and cast, and allows one to think about the uncanny timeliness of Twombly's sculptural output (there have been no stylistic changes whatsoever from 1948 on), but we might have wished for a more authorial presence from the cataloger, whose intimacy with the work is topped only by that of the artist.
With the introduction of in-house automated systems, and specifically circulation control systems, bar code labels were added to physical processing tasks, being affixed to the physical item, then scanned and linked to the bibliographic record created by the cataloger. This, too, remained a clerical responsibility; initially.
As head cataloger at the Hennepin County Library in Minnetonka, Berman is constantly struggling with the Library of Congress standardized subject headings to eliminate those he considers biased or racist.
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