Archive for the 'Subject access' Category

WLIC 2019 – what happened?

Prepared by Harriet Aagard, National Library of Sweden, and Caroline Saccucci, Library of Congress The Subject Analysis and Access Section was engaged in several sessions during the IFLA WLIC 2019 in Athens.   Satellite Meeting: Metadata Specialists in the Machine Age  The Bibliography, Cataloguing, Subject Analysis and Access, and IT […]

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WLIC 2016 C&I Open Session August 16

The Classification & Indexing Section will host the Open Session “Reclaiming subject access to indigenous knowledge”  on  Tuesday August 16. The Open Session will be chaired by John DeSantis and Maja Žumer. Classifying and Indexing Philippine Indigenous Materials with Emphasis on the Codillera Cristina B. Villanueva, University of the Philippines Baguio, Philippines […]

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Aliens will become Noncitizens (LCSH)

All over the world people leave their homes due to politics, war or economical problems.  Library of Congress has revised the subject headings Aliens and Illegal aliens. The message below is from the American Library Association (ALA), Cataloging and Metadata Management Section (CaMMS), Subject Analysis Committee (SAC). From: camms-sac-request@lists.ala.org [mailto:camms-sac-request@lists.ala.org] On Behalf Of […]

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Call for papers – IFLA Satellite meeting

The Classification & Indexing Section will be hosting a satellite preconference 11-12 August 2016. Join colleagues from around the world in the exchange of new ideas for providing subject access. This one and one-half day Satellite Conference will explore new services, new roles, and new partners that support subject searching. Investigate […]

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Call for papers – WLIC 2016 Open Session

The theme for the Classification & Indexing Section’s Open Session at WLIC 2016 is: “Reclaiming subject access to indigenous knowledge” The Classification & Indexing Section will be hosting an open session during the 2016 conference in Columbus, Ohio. We are seeking papers that highlight innovative and effective ways of applying subject […]

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