Cataloging Internet Resources: A Manual and Practical Guide

Document Type

Internet Review


Cataloging Internet Resources came out of a project that OCLC initiated with support from the U.S. Department of Education to have libraries volunteer to identify, select and catalog Internet resources using the USMARC format and AACR2 cataloging rules. Changes from the first to the second edition include adopting the ISBD(ER) expanded list of terms to be used in the File characteristics area, including examples that include a broader variety of types of resources, and noting whether MARC fields are repeatable or non-repeatable. The examples in the book follow OCLC MARC rather than USMARC. The guidelines have been expanded in some cases to "include CONSER and ISBD(ER) modifications to practice."


Cataloging; Information resources – Reviews; Web sites


Archival Science | Cataloging and Metadata | Communication Technology and New Media | Library and Information Science | Other Communication


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