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Full text: Bibliotheksdienst (Rights reserved) Issue 36.2002 (Rights reserved)

Erschließung THEMEN Australia) and PAM GATENBY (Collections Management Division, National Library of Australia, Canberra, Australia) Cataloguing What can FRBR bring to Information Interoperability? The basis for a record in major cataloguing codes and the relation to FRBR (Original) (deutsche Übersetzung) GUNILLA JONSSON (The Royal Library, Stockholm, Sweden) Data mining MARC to find: FRBR? KNUT HEGNA (University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway) and EEVA MURTOMAA (Helsinki Uni- versity Library, Helsinki, Finland) Report on the successful AustLit: Australian Literature Gateway implementation of the FRBR and INDECS event models, and implications for other FRBR imple- mentations (Original) (deutsche Übersetzung) Presented by: CHRIS TAYLOR (Information Access and Delivery Services, The Univer- sity of Queensland Library, Australia) Paper written by: Marie-Louise Ayres (The AustLit Gateway, National Library of Austra- lia, Australia), Kerry Kilner (University of Queensland, Australia), Kent Fitch (Project Computing Pty, Ltd) and Annette Scarvell (University of New South Wales, Australia) Cataloguing with Serial Publications Workshop Seeing Serials in a New Light: from ISBD(S) to ISBD(CR) Bibliographic standards for serials: recent developments PAUL V. BUNN (The British Library, Boston Spa, UK) Editing ISBD(CR): approach, scope, definitions EDWARD SWANSON (Saint Paul, USA) ISBD (CR) and title changes - applied in practice UNNI KNUTSEN (National Library of Norway, Oslo, Norway) Key points from the new standard - 2 KAREN DARLING (University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, USA) The national context, the UK situation DAVID BARON (The British Library, Boston Spa, UK) BIBLIOTHEKSDIENST 36. Jg. (2002), H. 11 1545
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