|Other titles||Vocabulaire de base pour les fichiers de costume., Waffen- und Kostümkunde.|
|Statement||ICOM International Committee for the Museums and Collections of Costume = ICOM Comité International des Musées et Collections de Costume.|
|Contributions||International Council of Museums., International Committee for the Museums and Collections of Costume.|
|LC Classifications||GT 507 V87 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||119-152 p. :|
|Number of Pages||152|
The list of basic information was published in The Museums Journal, December , pp. /10 under the title Cataloguing Costume. A new general scheme of cataloguing developed by the Museum Documentation Association in the United Kingdom follows the recommendations within its own conventions and the list of terms for women's dress has been. Women's Garments: Main Garments: Covering body above and below the waist Dress (Types ): Dress (1) one piece Dress (2) two pieces Dress (3) three or more pieces Dress (4) as 1 to 3 with additional, optional piece, but complete without it (including dresses with alternative day/evening bodices) Dress (5) one piece needing additional . Ap ICOM Costume Annual Conference Cancelled in June ; Ma Exhibitions on view June-July in Paris Focus; February 5, Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. In libraries, barcodes are usually affixed to the book covers to assist in easier circulation and collection control. Added Entry and libraries need not purchase them all at once. Circulation and cataloguing modules are usually sold together, with "add-on.
Go to "Vocabulary of Basic Terms for Cataloguing Costume" British Museum Object Names Thesaurus Originally created as an internal reference tool for the British Museum collection, this online thesaurus of object names contains hierarchical and other standard thesaural relationships and follows ISO standard for thesaurus construction. Library Boot Camp: Basic Cataloging, Part 1 1. Library Cataloging Boot Camp, Part 1 Sullivan BOCES, Liberty, NY November 3, Denise A. Garofalo 2. Topics for today — Cataloging Access points MARC records Authority control . Cataloging or Cataloguing or Library Cataloging is the process of creating and maintaining bibliographic and authority records in the library catalog, the database of books, serials, sound recordings, moving images, cartographic materials, computer files, e-resources etc. that are owned by a library. The catalog may be in tangible form, such as a card catalog or in . Glossary of Cataloging Terms This document is for in-house use at OU Libraries. AACR2R Anglo-American Cataloging Rules 2nd edition, revision. Access Point Those portions of a bibliographic record under which a user can search for an item in that catalog. Within an automated system, virtually any portion of a library catalogFile Size: KB.
A supportasse or underpropper is a stiffened support for a ruff or collar. Essential items of courtly fashion in the late 16th and early 17th centuries, supportasses are sometimes called piccadills (picadils, pickadills), whisks, or rebatos, terms used at different times for both the supporters and the various lace or linen collar styles to which they were attached. AACR (Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, 2nd edition) is a major international standard for the cataloguing of all types of materials collected by general libraries. It was the cataloguing standard used by the British Library and also . : Binding Terms: A Thesaurus for Use in Rare Book and Special Collections Cataloging (Thesauri for Use in Rare Book & Special Collections Cataloging) (): Association of College and Research Libraries. Rare Books and Manuscripts Section. Standards Committee: Books. cataloguing definition: 1. present participle of catalogue 2. to record something, especially in a list. Learn more.