Course:LIBR511

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Cataloguing and Classification, School Of Library Archival and Information Studies (SLAIS)
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LIBR 511
Section: XXX
Instructor: Maryann Kempthorne, Winter 2012
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Class Schedule: http://connect.ubc.ca
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Welcome to the course page for LIBR 511. In addition to this page the instructors will be growing LIBR511-specific, and not so specific, pages across UBC wiki. Check out our Cataloguing and Classification page for information on workflow. {On hold: Help us create an excellent glossary to acquiring cataloguing expertise over here.}

As a concluding assignment on our work students will evaluate catalogues, for their cataloguing. You may choose any catalogue you prefer at that time but for your information and consideration here are some we use in the course developement. Not all catalogues are created equal...

Academic Library Sample
UBC libraries http://www.library.ubc.ca/welcome.html
Kwantlen Polytechnic University Library http://www.kwantlen.bc.ca/library.html
Langara College Library http://twist.langara.bc.ca/search~S1
University of Washington Libraries: http://www.lib.washington.edu/

Special Library Sample
BC Women's and Children's Hospital Library http://library.cw.bc.ca/cw/public/catalogue/search.htm

School Library Sample
Vancouver School Board http://webcat.vsb.bc.ca

Public Library Sample
Burnaby Public Library http://hip.burnaby.ca
Vancouver Public Library http://ipac3.vpl.ca/ipac20/ipac.jsp?profile=pac
Seattle Public Library: http://catalog.spl.org/ipac20/ipac.jsp?menu=search&submenu=subtab14#focus
King County Library: http://catalog.kcls.org/opac/en-US/skin/kcls/xml/advanced.xml?t=ruse&tp=keyword&d=0&rt=keyword&sd=desc


Whenever possible we are supplying to you the direct link to the web catalogue for the site. If discovery layers have been applied (Bibliocommons, Summon, etc.) we are bypassing those views for the sake of our comphrehension of library data.