What is NACO?

Penney, Stacey
October 2007
Feliciter;2007, Vol. 53 Issue 5, p231
The article discusses the Name Authority Cooperative (NACO), an international effort which aims to expand and improve access to library resources by creating accurate name authority records. The association has been helpful in making the international name authority file accessible to libraries as well as facilitating the work of cataloguers and researchers. In addition, NACO membership has two types, the individual and the funnel, which consists of groups joining together.


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