RDA: Folgen für die Katalogisierung und die OPAC-Gestaltung

Klauß, Henning
March 2013
Bibliotheksdienst;2013, Vol. 47 Issue 3/4, p225
Trade Publication
The catalog code RDA will furnish some changes for the catalog of libraries, that are helpful for users. This progress will force also for the cataloguer and the formation, the design of the OPACs further development. For this purpose, the library Software must both be developed regarding cataloguing such as OPAC, what is shown by means of examples.


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