Category Archives: Cataloguing service

Libraries Australia Cataloguing service news including announcements about the Cataloguing Client, RIS, RES and Products.

Register of known issues (ANBD)

Dear Colleagues, Following some probing questions and excellent feedback from the South Australian User group last year, the Libraries Australia team have collated a Register of Known Issues relating to CBS – the database that underpins many Libraries Australia services more...

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Updated cataloguing guidelines for bibliographic and authority records

We are pleased to advise updated Cataloguing Guidelines information <http://www.nla.gov.au/librariesaustralia/training-support/manuals-guides/> is now available from the Libraries Australia website. The following documents contain sample records which includes both RDA and AACR2 examples: Guidelines for Cataloguing: Bibliographic Records • Enhancing and maintaining more...

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Are you frustrated by eBook records replacing your hard copy records in Libraries Australia?

Are you frustrated by eBook records replacing your hard copy records in Libraries Australia? Want to know how this happens and how we can prevent it? Please read on … Recently we became aware that e-book records are sometimes replacing more...

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A short survey and opportunity to win a prize!

Libraries Australia is reviewing the use and opportunities enabled by the Products Service with the aim of delivering a service that better meets the needs of our members. We are seeking your feedback to answer 12 questions about your use more...

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Update to British Library database Z39.50 connection details – MARC syntax

Following on from our previous advice regarding upcoming changes in record syntaxes supported by the Z-Gateway, we wish to advise that the Z39.50 connection details for accessing the British Library database will be updated on Tuesday 16th  July to MARC more...

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Release of version 3.3.8.8 of the Libraries Australia Cataloguing Client

We are pleased to announce that the release of the Libraries Australia Cataloguing Client, WinIBW version 3.3.8.8 is now available for collection from the Libraries Australia server. Users of the Libraries Australia Cataloguing Client are encouraged to install version 3.3.8.8 to take advantage of more...

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Changes in LADD to incorporate the implementation of RDA

There have been some minor changes in LADD to incorporate the implementation of RDA at the end of March. The issues that LADD wanted to address were: • Will z3950 searching from LADD be affected by RDA? • With the more...

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The new standard for minimum record on Libraries Australia

As outlined in October last year, the Libraries Australia Minimum Record Standard is being replaced with a new standard. The new standard was presented at the 2012 Libraries Australia Forum and Libraries Australia undertook extensive consultation with the Australian library more...

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Update on RDA implementation in Libraries Australia

As the Australian implementation of Resource Description and Access (RDA) approaches, Libraries Australia will be implementing a number of changes. System changes We will be implementing a number of changes in the Cataloguing service including: Support for new MARC field more...

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Linked Authorities product now available

Libraries Australia is pleased to announce that a new Libraries Australia product, Linked Authorities, is now available. Over the past year Libraries Australia staff have worked closely with OCLC staff to implement the Libraries Australia Cataloguing (CBS) Relate program, which more...

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