NLC's Cataloguing Service Benefits Canadian Libraries

Beheshti, Jamshid; Large, Andrew; Riva, Pat
October 2002
Feliciter;2002, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p233
Reports on a study conducted to determine the dollar value of savings made by Canadian universities and public libraries using machine-readable cataloging records generated by the National Library of Canada rather than cataloging these items themselves. Methodology adopted to conduct the study; Difference between average cost of copy cataloguing in university and public libraries; Sources of copying used by libraries.


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