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Metode Penelitian Kuantitatif, Kualitatif dan Mixed Approach

Ebook ini berupaya menguraikan secara ringkas mengenai 3 pendekatan dalam penelitian, yaitu kualitatif, kuantitatif dan pendekatan gabungan (mixed approach) disertai beberapa desain riset yang umum digunakan pada masing-masing pendekatan tersebut. Pembahasan dimulai dari dua kategori besar Ilmu yang dikenal dalam filsafat sebagai pengetahuan a priori dan a posteriori, pendekatan, metode hingga desain riset yang lahir dari kedua pandangan dimaksud. Semoga dapat bermanfaat khususnya bagi peneliti pemula dalam ilmu-ilmu sosial.

Ebook ini berupaya menguraikan secara ringkas mengenai 3 pendekatan dalam penelitian, yaitu kualitatif, kuantitatif dan pendekatan gabungan (mixed approach) disertai beberapa desain riset yang umum digunakan pada masing-masing pendekatan ...

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Serials Cataloging Handbook

An Illustrative Guide to the Use of Aacr2 and Lc Rule Interpretations

Serves as a guide to cataloging serials by applying general rules or procedures to specific problem situations

Learn Descriptive Cataloging Second North American Edition

LEARN DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGING Second North American Edition A Practical Study Guide For Learning Anglo-American Cataloging Rules MARC 21 Codes And Library of Congress Authorities All the fundamental skills of descriptive cataloging are covered here: using AACR2, and coding descriptions and access points into MARC format. All catalogers, whether professional or paraprofessional, need these basic skills. Consequently, this guide is equally suitable for college students studying library science, and library technicians and others who want to know more about cataloging, with a specific goal or as part of their professional development. Since the bibliographic record is the foundation of all the tools used in a library, from catalog to bibliography to online database, it is important for all library staff to be familiar with at least these basics. This book contains many clear explanations and examples, along with numerous practice exercises that help students master creating MARC descriptions and access points. It includes the relevant MARC codes, a glossary, an index, and answers to exercises at the back of the book. Learn Descriptive Cataloging is one of nine study guides in the Library Education Series. Please see the back of this book for a complete listing, or visit www.totalrecallpress.com for more information. Mary Mortimer is a librarian, library and Internet trainer, author, multimedia developer, and publisher. Since her professional education in the Universities of Sydney and New South Wales, Mary has worked in libraries in Australia, Papua New Guinea and Britain in many capacities. She is a director of DocMatrix Pty Limited in Canberra, Australia, which publishes workbooks to help librarians and assistants develop the practical skills they need in the workplace. These books have been modified for libraries in Southeast Asia, South America and North America. Mary has also developed interactive multimedia programs for librarians, and organizes in-service training for library assistants. She has taught cataloging to library paraprofessionals and professionals, including staff of the National Library of Australia, and in doing so has refined her explanations and examples. The result is this clear and comprehensive study guide that helps students and staff apply cataloging rules and standards sensibly and correctly. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface About CatSkill 1. The Catalog 2. The Bibliographic Record 3. International Standard Bibliographic Description 4. Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules Second Edition 2002 Revision 5. MARC 6. Areas of Description 7. Description of Monographs 8. Description of Continuing Resources 9. Description of Nonbook Materials 10. Access Points 11. Authority Control and References 12. Headings for Persons 13. Geographic Names As Headings 14. Headings for Corporate Bodies 15. Series 16. Uniform Titles 17. Cataloging Procedures MARC Codes Answers Glossary Bibliography Index

Learn Descriptive Cataloging is one of nine study guides in the Library Education Series. Please see the back of this book for a complete listing, or visit www.totalrecallpress.com for more information.

Crash Course in Basic Cataloging with RDA

Covering tools, terminology, and the FRBR-based RDA approach to description, this book explains the current principles of organization of information and basic cataloging practices for non-catalogers, enabling readers to understand elements of the cataloging process and interact with records in a basic manner. • Provides an easy-to-follow, basic understanding of organization of library information and cataloging practice that explains how records are created and offers assistance in applying RDA • Offers valuable insight for non-catalogers (and even non-librarians) into the practices and tools used in organization of information and cataloging by documenting the work that catalogers are now doing • Explains the approaches to organizing different formats of materials in libraries and accounts for the effects of RDA on current cataloging practices

Covering tools, terminology, and the FRBR-based RDA approach to description, this book explains the current principles of organization of information and basic cataloging practices for non-catalogers, enabling readers to understand elements ...

Introduction to Cataloging and Classification

A new edition of this best-selling textbook reintroduces the topic of library cataloging from a fresh, modern perspective. * Delineates the new cataloging landscape * Shares a principles-based perspective * Provides introductory text for beginners and intermediate students * Emphasizes descriptive and subject cataloging, as well as format-neutral cataloging * Covers new cataloging rules and RDA

A new edition of this best-selling textbook reintroduces the topic of library cataloging from a fresh, modern perspective. * Delineates the new cataloging landscape * Shares a principles-based perspective * Provides introductory text for ...

Beginning Cataloging, 2nd Edition

Now thoroughly updated to include recent changes with RDA, this easy-to-use primer provides an introduction to standardized cataloging that will benefit library technicians as well as students in library technician and teacher librarian programs. • Provides clear and comprehensible explanations of the rules and tools used by libraries to catalog and classify their materials • Illustrative examples for each aspect of cataloging, classification, RDA, and MARC computer encoding • Covers all types of material formats, including books, audiovisuals, images, sound, electronic resources, and more • Offers numerous practical exercises as well as a glossary of cataloging terms and tools

Now thoroughly updated to include recent changes with RDA, this easy-to-use primer provides an introduction to standardized cataloging that will benefit library technicians as well as students in library technician and teacher librarian ...

Cataloging Library Resources

An Introduction

While there are many cataloging texts, very few are written specifically for library support staff. This is the one and only book purposefully aligned with the new American Library Association – Library Support Staff Certification (LSSC) competency standards for Cataloging and Classification. Written in clear language by someone who teaches cataloging in a library support staff program and featuring practical examples, Cataloging Library Resources: An Introduction will help library support staff become effective catalogers. Other books on this topic are written for professional librarians rather than support staff. And although 85% of library support staff do not hold professional degrees, many are expected to do the complex and technical work of catalogers. This book provides many examples that support staff can use to learn how to catalog all types of library print, media, and digital materials using the most up-to-date Library of Congress standards. Using this handbook as a guide, readers will be able to perform the ALA-LSSC cataloging and classification competencies and the new RDA, FRBR, and BIBFRAME standards listed below: • Apply and manage the appropriate processes, computer technology, and equipment for cataloging and classification. • Apply principles of Resource Description and Access (RDA) and the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) when creating cataloging records. • Apply principles of the Bibliographic Framework Initiative (BIBFRAME) and utilize the BIBFRAME model to create cataloging records. • Use the basic cataloging and classification tools, both print and online, including bibliographic utilities and format standards. • Understand the value of authority control and its basic principles, and can identify and apply appropriate access points for personal names, corporate bodies, series, and subjects. • Explain the value and advantages of cooperative or collaborative cataloging practices to enhance services. • Know the basics of standard metadata formats and cataloging rules to select, review, and edit catalog records, and to generate metadata in various formats. • And more!

Using this handbook as a guide, readers will be able to perform the ALA-LSSC cataloging and classification competencies and the new RDA, FRBR, and BIBFRAME standards listed below: • Apply and manage the appropriate processes, computer ...