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Full text: Bibliotheksdienst (Rights reserved) Issue 43.2009 (Rights reserved)

Themen Erschließung 1026 Bibliotheksdienst 43. Jg. (2009), H. 10 2. Music in Italy: catalogues and cataloguing rules for an extraordinary heritage (engl.) (deutsch) MASSIMO GENTILI-TEDESCHI (Biblioteca Nazionale Braidense, Ufficio Ricerca Fondi Musicali, Milan, Italy) The Cataloging Cultural Objects Experience: Codifying Practice for the Cultural Heritage Community (engl.) (deutsch) ERIN COBURN (The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, United States), ELISA LANZI (Smith College, Northampton, MA, United States), ELIZABETH O‘KEEFE (The Morgan Library & Museum, New York, United States), REGINE STEIN (Bild- archiv Foto Marburg, Phillips Universität, Marburg, Germany), ANN WHITESIDE (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, United States) Identification and categorization of related works in the Persian bibliographic universe (engl.) (deutsch) SHOLEH ARASTOOPOR, RAHMATOLLA FATTAHI and MEHRI PARIROKH (Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Mashhad, Iran) Classification and Indexing Foundation to build future subject access Introducing FRSAD and Mapping with SKOS and other models (engl.) (deutsch) MARCIA ZENG (Kent State University, Kent, USA) and MAJA ZUMER (University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia) Subject indexing in Italy: recent advances and future perspectives (engl.) (deutsch) ANNA LUCARELLI, FEDERICA PARADISI (Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze, Florence, Italy) and ALBERTO CHETI (Research Group on Subject Indexing of the Italian Library (GRIS), Italy) Statistics and Evaluation, Information Technology und Preservation and Conservation Statistics for cultural heritage Statistics in preservation as a basis for positive action IRMHILD SCHÄFER (Bavarian State Library, Munich, Germany)
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