December 19, 2014

Conference Paper: “New Displaying Models of Bibliographic Data and Resources: Cataloguing/Resource Description and Search Results”

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The following paper was presented ate FSR 2014 “Faster, Smarter, Richer: Reshaping the library Catalogue” conference held in Rome, 27-28 February 2014.

Title

New Displaying Models of Bibliographic Data and Resources: Cataloguing/Resource Description and Search Results

Author

Antonella Trombone
University of Rome

Source

Italian Journal of Library and Information Science
Vol 5, No 2 (2014)

Abstract

The article analyzes the major changes of the display systems of bibliographic data occurred over the past 20 years. The catalogue is examined as a communication tool in relation with the new technologies that allow its understanding and use. The online catalogs accessible offsite, outside the library, have changed with the evolution of technology and of the Web. They stay beside and together with other kind of contents attainable through the library, while libraries are testing the centralization of access. New actors and cataloguing tradition are experiencing new communication systems, the librarianship is choosing if stay outside or inside this process.

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