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Subject: Behövs kortkatalogen för elektronisk information?
From: Jan Szczepanski <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:BIBLIST - Topics in Nordic research library user services <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Fri, 8 Dec 2006 08:56:10 +0100
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Hej,

Trots att tre fantastiskt fina rapporter nyligen publicerats  rörande
katalogisering så finns det all anledning att följa vad våra vänner
på andra sidan Atlanten tänker och gör. Library of Congress till-
satte förra fredagen en arbetsgrupp som ska titta på katalogise-
ringen ur ett större perspektiv än bara dom ekonomiska, det som
Pia Leth och Ingrid Berg nyligen gjorde i sitt föredrag "Varför bib-
liotekskataloger när vi har Google? Där dom konstaterade att
biblioteken numera inte längre är centrum i informationsförsörj-
ningen.

http://www.biblioteksforeningen.org/konferens/Konf2006/klassifikation/bibliotekskataloger2.pdf

Den amerikanska arbetsgruppen kommer med en slutrapport den 1
november nästa år. Det vore förnämligt om Pia Leth och Ingrid Berg
kunde få ett motsvarande uppdrag. Det är viktigt att biblioteken även
i framtiden har en viktig roll i informationsförsörjningen när vi i allt
snabbare takt övergår till digital information.

Working Group Established To Discuss Future of Bibliographic Control
http://www.loc.gov/today/pr/2006/06-222.html

Advances in search-engine technology, the popularity of the Internet
and the influx of electronic information resources have greatly changed
the way libraries do their work. To address those changes, the Library
of Congress has convened a Working Group on the Future of
Bibliographic Control to examine the future of bibliographic description
in the 21st century.

Libraries are looking at ways to catalog the avalanche of both print
and digital materials that come to them for classification and control,
and library managers worldwide recognize the need to examine critically
the role of the catalog and its relationship to other methods of finding
information. Building on the work and results of the Library's Bicentennial
Conference on Bibliographic Control for the New Millennium (2001),
the new group will:

    * Present findings on how bibliographic control and other
      descriptive practices can effectively support management of and
      access to library materials in the evolving information and
      technology environment,
    * Recommend ways in which the library community can collectively
      move toward achieving this vision, and
    * Advise the Library of Congress on its role and priorities.


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<font size=3>Jan Szczepanski<br>
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