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Electronic Cataloging:AACR2 and Metadata for Serials and Monographs CONTENTS EDITORS' INTRODUCTION Sheila S. Intner Sally C. Tseng Mary Lynette Larsgaard PART 1. TWO INTRODUCTORY PAPERS Cataloguing in an Electronic Age Michael Gorman Why Metadata? Why Me? Why Now? Brian E. C. Schottlaender PART TWO: FOUR PAPERS FOCUS ON HOW LIBRARIES CAN EMPLOY METADATA Developing a Metadata Strategy Grace Agnew Practical Issues in Applying Metadata Schemas and Controlled Vocabularies to Cultural Heritage Information Murtha Baca Digital Resources and Metadata Applications in the Shanghai Library Yuan-Liang Ma Wei Liu Struggling Toward Retrieval: Alternatives to Standard Operating Procedures Can Help Librarians and the Public Sheila S. Intner PART 3: FIVE PAPERS COVER MORE SPECIFIC TOPICS ON THE AACR2 AACR2 and Other Metadata Standards: The Way Forward Ann Huthwaite AACR2 and Metadata: Library Opportunities in the Global Semantic Web Barbara B. Tillett Seriality: What Have We Accomplished? What's Next? Jean Hirons MARC and Mark-Up Erik Jul ISSN: Dumb Number, Smart Solution Regina Romano Reynolds Index
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