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OCLC’s bibliographic database is built from a combination of the MARC tapes from the Library of Congress and contributions from the member libraries. More than 46 million items have been cataloged on the OCLC database with a new record being added every 15 seconds. It is estimated that over 90 percent of library acquisitions can be found in the OCLC database. As the necessity of original cataloging diminishes, the trend of using library technicians in the cataloging department increases. The location, verification, and acceptance of cataloging copy have become the library technician’s area of responsibility.

4. The CD-ROM (Compact Disc Read-Only Memory) catalog: In this form, information is engraved on a CD-ROM. A computer with CD-ROM playing capacity is necessary for this type of catalog. Many libraries in the late 1980s and early 1990s used the CD-ROM catalog as a substitute for the more expensive online catalog. The CD-ROM catalog is updated on a regular basis, usually quarterly or monthly. 5. The OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog): At present, this is the most widely used type of catalog. Using the computer and special software, the library can use the same bibliographic information to place orders as to catalog materials received.

Subject cataloging: The cataloging process that involves assigning subject headings and classification numbers to materials. For subject headings, the reference tool to use is either the Library of Congress Subject Headings or the Sears List of Subject Headings, depending on the choice of the library. For classification, libraries use either the Dewey Decimal Classification and Relative Index or the Library of Congress Classification Schedules. subject heading: A specified listed term used for library catalogs to describe the subject matter of materials.

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