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This 2003 handbook to cataloging discusses the basics of using information from books and other media to create appropriate metadata for catalog listings Read has a sense of humor about the practice and this may be an enjoyable skim for librarians and patrons alike.One aspect worth mentioning is a point with which I disagree when discussing children s literature, she suggests that for material that some families might potentially find offensive, that a note to that potential should be made in This 2003 handbook to cataloging discusses the basics of using information from books and other media to create appropriate metadata for catalog listings Read has a sense of humor about the practice and this may be an enjoyable skim for librarians and patrons alike.One aspect worth mentioning is a point with which I disagree when discussing children s literature, she suggests that for material that some families might potentially find offensive, that a note to that potential should be made in the record or the sticker affixed to the cover p 212 I do not agree because, of course, offensive is subjective and making such notations can serve to divide and alienate marginalized populations (((DOWNLOAD))) ⇝ Cataloguing Without Tears: Managing knowledge in the information society ⇹ This book is an introduction and authoritative guide to the principles of cataloging for librarians, information scientists and information managers It shows how cataloging underpins all the other activities of an information service and how to apply best practice in a variety of different situations I m taking a cataloging course for my MLiS right now and needed a bit of extra reading on the subject this book was perfect It was a great overview, easy to read for those of us who are trying to learn the profession and not yet up to snuff on the ins and outs The author has a great writing style and is pretty funny as are the librarian comics inside. My desperate attempt to understand the language of so many of my OHIONET colleagues This book is a good introduction to and overview of cataloging Believe it or not, I read this book of my own volition in order to educate myself about cataloging for a course in my MLS program. Just a knowledge refresher. Cute cartoons Actually fun to read, as well as very helpful Probably need to own as a reference.