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Category Archives: Cataloguing
Some libraries have not been able to access the Library of Congress catalogue when using their Amlib ZClient. If you have this problem, try these settings instead: Open the Catalogue module From the Application menu, select CatZServers Highlight the Library … Continue reading
A previous blog post told you how to set up thumbnails in NetOpacs that link to images, and this post gives you a further option if you have loaded multiple images. If you have multiple images attached to a catalogue record, you can decide … Continue reading
This post shows you how to insert JPG or GIF thumbnail images in NetOpacs to enrich your catalogue entries. It’s all explained in which tells you how to do the initial setups and how to attach image files to catalogue … Continue reading
‘Cross Query’ is a function that enables you to display all catalogue records that use a particular authority heading. Start by displaying a catalogue record and highlighting the authority that you are interested in. Then from the Catalog menu, select Cross Query. … Continue reading
By setting ’Cat Definitions’, the correct Form and Stats Codes are given to items as they are created. For example, if a Call No starting with R in tag 084 means that the item will always belong in the Reference Collection, … Continue reading
** See past blog posts at www.infosolve.co.za/blog. No login required except for downloads ** Here is a report template that will give a count by operator (i.e. cataloguer) of the number of titles catalogued over a specific time period. It … Continue reading
OCLC has released an which will enable Amlib libraries to adjust their systems to accommodate RDA records. RDA stands for Resource Description and Access, and among other things, it does away with many abbreviations, using the full terms instead. There are … Continue reading