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Collection level description a review of existing practice : a supporting study in the JISC Electronic Libraries (eLib) Programme

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Published by Library Inforamtion Technology Centre, South Bank University in London .
Written in English

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Includes bibliographical references.

Statementeditor: Andy Powell.
SeriesElectronic Libraries Programme studies -- G7
ContributionsPowell, Andy., Electronic Libraries Programme (Great Britain), Joint Information Systems Committee., University of Bath. UKOLN., Library Information Technology Centre.
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 76p. ;
Number of Pages76
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19126754M
ISBN 101900508524

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Collection)Level)Archival)Description)Guidein)Archon) Luther)CollegeArchives)) Collection)Level)Archival)Description)) SashaGriffin–March) Guide in Archon – Luther College Archives Page 7 of 11) Subjects*Tab*))) Please)choose)the)appropriate)subjects)for)the)materials)you)are) In libraries such collections are sometimes managed in comparable ways to special collections of printed books or rare books and catalogued item by item. the concept of a collection level description has become commonly used in recent years to refer to the highest level of description of both individual archives or collections. In terms of. by Level. Booksource offers a range of fiction and nonfiction titles at each Guided Reading Level, grouped into collections based on genres and themes. These collections will help round out your classroom library offerings at reading levels that are "just right" for your students. For resource discovery, the existence of collection-level descriptions supports the high-level navigation of a large (and perhaps distributed and heterogeneous) resource base. For example, a researcher may make use of collection-level descriptions firstly to discover the existence of collections.

Collection-level description could be used in such cases to facilitate resource discovery of museum Web pages containing item-level descriptions or images. It can be used to help a searcher find a general class of items, even though the museum Web site contains only references to . The fonds-level (or collection-level) description is the most general bird’s-eye view of the collection. That description will let us know if the collection has been subdivided into series; if we want more specific information about the collection, we should drill down to series-level descriptions, and from those to file-level descriptions. Minimal Level: A subject area in which few selections are made beyond very basic works. For foreign law collections, this includes statutes and codes. Basic Information Level: A collection of up-to-date general materials that serve to introduce and define a subject and to indicate the varieties of information available elsewhere. Collection-level description (cld) consists of metadata pertaining to a collection as a whole, in contrast to item-level description (manifestation description in terms of Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Data (FRBR)) which pertains to the individual members of a collection.

Guided Reading Book Lists for Every Level. Help all students become strategic and independent readers who love to read with book lists for Guided Reading Levels A to Z. Find out more with the Guided Reading Leveling Chart.. Plus, check out our Nonfiction Guided Reading Book Lists for Every Level.   I sometimes find myself looking for a book to read to my class that will serve as an example of good character or act as a literary pep talk. It might be a book on fairness after an especially tough recess, a book on honesty after someone’s eraser collection goes missing, or maybe a book on perseverance to let a student who is feeling challenged know that it will all work out. Collection level description: a review of existing practice: a supporting study in the JISC Electronic Libraries (eLib) Programme Author: Andy Powell ; R Bull ; Joint Information Systems Committee. Why go beyond collection level description? Although collection level descriptions are of enormous value to some researchers, particularly those who are conducting research into the history of individuals or of institutions, they are of limited value on their own to the broad range of researchers.