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Research report on subject heading patterns in OCLC monographic records

Edward True O"Neill

Research report on subject heading patterns in OCLC monographic records

by Edward True O"Neill

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Published by OCLC, Inc., Research Dept., Research and Development Division in Columbus, OH .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Subject headings.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 21-22.

    Other titlesSubject heading patterns in OCLC monographic records.
    Statementby Edward T. O"Neill, Rao Aluri.
    SeriesResearch report / OCLC, inc., Research Dept., Research and Development Division -- OCLC/RDD/RR-79/1, Research report (OCLC, inc. Research Dept.) ; OCLC/RDD/RR-79/1
    ContributionsAluri, Rao.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 85 p. --
    Number of Pages85
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19750954M

    OCLC-MARC records are organized into fields identified by three-character numeric tags The tag is stored in the directory entry for the field, not the field itself Fields are grouped into blocks according to the first character of the tag, which generally identifies the function of the data in the record. This affects the decision on whether to use serial or monographic records. A good example is the Yearbook of Agriculture, which has diverse subject matter (Nutrition - Eating for good health to Farm management to Research for tomorrow). Use monographic records so that subject headings .

    The descriptive cataloging of complete records must comply with current Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, the Library of Congress Rule Interpretations, and Library of Congress Subject Headings. 2. Records must be encoded in the OCLC-MARC format, which uses the field for the OCLC number. SmartPort is currently configured to match against several title control numbers: OCLC number, ISBN and LCCN. When bringing an ebook record into the system, you may find the record matches a print monographic record, a print monographic record with ebook holding attached (i.e. mulvered), or an existing electronic ebook record: Stop the import.

      Subject headings are specific vocabulary that the Library of Congress assigns to published material. You can search Bobcat for books and other materials related to historical research by subject heading. General subject headings in history follow a specific pattern: Place name -- Subdivision -- Time period.   In some cases, closely cor- responding records were accepted, such as those varying in place of publication. Prefer- ence was given to Library of Congress (LC) cataloging input, which is indicated on OCLC records. Monographic references The first subject heading shown in the corresponding OCLC records was noted for each identified monograph.


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Get this from a library. Research report on subject heading patterns in OCLC monographic records. [Edward T O'Neill; Rao Aluri; OCLC. Research Department.

Research and Development Division.] -- This investigation examines the characteristics of subject headings occurring in cataloging records. The study analyzes a sample of 33, monographic records taken from the OCLC database.

An analysis of a sample of 33, monographic records taken from the OCLC (Ohio College Library Center) database found that 94 percent of the sample's 50, subject headings were Library of Congress (LC) subject headings.

Each record had an average of LC subject headings; however, percent of the records had no LC subject headings assigned to by: 2. Annual Review of OCLC Research. From throughthe OCLC Offfice of Research published an annual compilation of research reports, which included OCLC project and special reports, descriptions of external and collaborative projects, reports of work supported by the OCLC Library and Information Science Research Grant Program, and synopses of presentations in the OCLC.

OCLC Research identified more than million distinct Irish publications using library collections data in WorldCat and mapped this information with DBpedia to trace shifting cultural patterns over time.

This report analyzes distinctive features of Irish publications to examine the Irish influence on the collective public record. Examines the characteristics of subject headings found in OCLC cataloging records.

The study analyzed a sample of 33, monographic records taken from the OCLC database, and found that 94 percent of the subject headings used were Library of Congress subject headings. Twenty-seven references are cited. (Author/FM)Cited by: Dublin, Ohio: Research Dept., OCLC Online Computer Library Center.

O'Neill, Edward T., and Rao Aluri. "Library of Congress subject heading patterns in OCLC monographic records". Library Resources & Technical Services. Requests for Research Reports should be User Services Division, Installation Services Section, Columbus, Ohio ished and distributed ERIC (approximately six copies of any single persons and directed to OCLC, Inc., Kinnear Road, Research Report Series.

Subject Heading Patterns in OCLC Monographic. Records. by E. O'Neill and R. Aluri. Proceedings of the 12th ASIST SIG/CR Classification Research Workshop, held at the 64th ASIS&T Annual Meeting, November, Washington, DC, ed.

Efthimis Efthimiadis. Medford, NJ: Information Today, for the American Society for Information Science and Technology:   Records with one or more subject headings but fewer than five is % for report records and % for monograph records. Two subject headings per record appears to be the mode for each category.

Subject headings average. In this study, subject headings were asiigned per record for reports and for monographs. Time period directories: a metadata infrastructure for placing events in temporal and geographic context. Hickey, Thomas Butler, and David Jerome Rypka. "Derived search keys for government documents".

Information Processing & Management. O'Neill, Edward T., and Rao Aluri. Research report on subject heading patterns in OCLC monographic records.

Columbus, Ohio: OCLC, Research Dept. Subject headings for OCLC rare book records: a case study Subject headings for OCLC rare book records: a case study Edna McClellan This study presents an overview of the quality of OCLC rare book cataloging records. Of the records, 31 that needed subject headings were not provided with any.

"Library of Congress Subject Heading Patterns in OCLC Monographic Records." Library Resources and Technical Servi no 1 (Jan/Mar ): Sayers, W.C. Berwick. It must be noted, though, that there is an average of keywords in this sample and that studies such as the one by O'Neill and Aluri at OCLC, Inc.

have found that the average number of Library of Congress subject headings assigned to documents is fewer than 2 [12]. These representative headings in each category are established in the subject authority file with a set of subdivisions appropriate for use with other headings belonging to the category.

The following table lists those pattern headings identified by LC. Pattern headings can help you: Verify subject headings in an existing bibliographic record. Sears List of Subject Headings, first published by Minnie Earl Sears inhas served as a standard authority list for subject cataloging in small and medium-sized libraries, delivering a basic list of essential headings, together with patterns and examples to guide the cataloger in creating further headings as needed.

It is available as a. Bibliographic Records for Monographic Series & Multipart Monographs on Standing Order: Cataloging Policies and Procedures -- version The RDA definition of series is: " A group of separate resources related to one another by the fact that each resource bears, in addition to its own title proper, a collective title applying to the group as a.

OCLC # OCLC assigns a unique number to each bibliographic record input into WorldCat. OCLC numbers vary in length. Enter an OCLC number without leading zeros.

For example: ; ; ; UPC. The Universal Product Code (UPC) is a barcode symbol that is used to track trade items in stores (e.g., audio and video products). The Other subject headings index, includes all the subject headings indexed with the subfield 2 used to indicate what subject heading type was used.

To limit to one of these subject headings, AND any of these searches with the keyword search of the term indexed in the subfield 2. A 10% systematic random sample of the database was analyzed utilizing the OCLC iCAS product to profile the monographic bibliographic records in WorldCat by type of library, subject, language, and.

Research Report. on. Subject Heading Patterns in OCLC Monographic Records. by. Edward T. O'Neill Rao Aluri. OCLC, Inc. Research Department Re3earch and Development Division.

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Subject Heading Patterns in OCLC Monographic Records. by E. O'Neill and R. Aluri.below for each report. Subject Heading Patterns in OCLC Monographic Records.

by E. O'Neill and R. Aluri. Report Number: OCLC/RDD/RR/1; ERIC ED ; 96 pages. An Overview of a Proposed Monitoring Facility for the Large-scale, Network-based OCLC Online System.

by W. Dominick, D. Penniman, and J. Rush Report Number: OCLC/OPR/RR/1; ERIC ED.