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Subject: Statement of International Cataloguing Principles available for worldwide review
From: Anders Cato <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:BIBLIST - Topics in Nordic research library user services <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Fri, 2 May 2008 15:52:04 +0200

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As Chair of the IFLA Meeting of Experts on an International Cataloguing
Code (IME ICC) I am pleased to invite comments from the worldwide
library community on the final draft of the Statement of International
Cataloguing Principles and its accompanying Glossary. 
In order to provide the appropriate review period and to schedule
adequate time to cumulate, analyze, and incorporate comments before the
General Meeting of IFLA in August, the Statement is being posted today
on a public Wiki.  The IFLA Headquarters Office is closed for holiday
April 30-May 5th, but as soon as they return we will move the files
there and redirect from the Wiki.  In the meantime please link to: and view and/or download the
Statement for your review; and please use the accompanying voting
document for your response.
I thank John Hostage for setting up the Wiki and for his technical
support and Ana Cristán for coordinating this process. I especially
thank all the translators for preparing the texts for worldwide review:

Arabic: Iman Khairy and Ola Omar - Bibliotheca Alexandrina [coming
Chinese: Ben Gu, LIU Suquing, LIN Ming - National Library of China, and
WANG Shaoping - Shanghai Jiaotong University Library;  
French: Francoise Bourdon and Marcelle Beaudiquez - Bibliothèque
National de France; 
German: Susanne Oehlschläger - Deutsche Nationalbibliotek; 
Italian: Cristina Magliano and Mauro Guerrini - Università di Frienze;
Japanese: {still to come};
Korean: Jaesun Lee - National Library of Korea, Tae Soo Kim -Yonsei
University, and Jung Hyun Kim - Seoul National University Library; 
Portuguese: Lidia Alvarenga and Márcia Milton Vianna - Universidade
Federal de Minas Gerais; and for 
Spanish: Elena Escolano Rodríquez - Biblioteca Nacional de España.
Their efforts have enabled that this review will indeed be an
international collaboration.
Barbara B. Tillett
IME ICC Planning Committee 

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