Abstracting, Information Retrieval, and the Humanities: Providing Access to Historical Literature, Issue 48

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American Library Association, Jan 1, 1993 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 276 pages
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From the impact of the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, including amendments, to technology's potential for increasing productivity, you need to keep abreast of the latest changes and the newest innovations.

These detailed guides will help you:
-- Determine hardware and software needs for technical services workstations
-- Accurately catalog material from serials to reproductions to interactive multimedia
-- Integrate preservation activities into the acquisition process

"A rich introduction to the subject...always clear, logically organized, and highly readable. The tables and figures are simple in design and easy to read...The research and insights will be fascinating and invaluable for oil interested in information retrieval". -- Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science

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Contents

Abstracting and the Humanities
40
User Perspectives on Historical
103
Historical Knowledge and Discourse
145
Copyright

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