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bibliographic

adjective Referring to a bibliography, or the history of books.
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RISM working group, Bratislava, Slovak National Museum-Music Museum, Sigla SK-BRnm, on 22 May 2014 it registered 3595 bibliographic records in the Kallisto program.
The database has continued to grow and develop, becoming a rich source of bibliographic data that enables discovery for a wide variety of libraries and retailers.
d} Ways of enhancing Universal Bibliographic Control in Africa
His argument attends to "the elaborate bibliographic horizon in which novels proliferated and circulated," thereby producing the "evolutionary, collective, playable, and navigational aspects" we now associate with social networks.
Neil Wilson, head of metadata services at the British Library, said: "By making our bibliographic data available for wider, non-commercial use, we want to encourage users beyond the traditional library world to explore and use this important international resource.
From an educational perspective, the essay commenting on the bibliographic entries is worth its weight in gold as a study of the history of professional music cataloging from its infancy through the digital age.
The courses allowed Murlin to review and discuss numerous bibliographic resources in an organized manner.
Librarian-faculty interaction in the 1980s centered on course-integrated bibliographic instruction and library workshops designed for faculty.
The two other essays positioned by the editors as "textual studies" are more close readings than bibliographic analyses.
com/lcmarc) to the LCMARC bibliographic file and authority file (Rogers, 1992).
one of the world's leading publishers of bibliographic information, has introduced a Web- based subscription product of Spanish language books, audiobooks and video at http://www.
He also provides a new bibliographic essay at the end of the volume, giving the Spanish-language reader an overview of the published literature (in various languages) on Latin American coffee production.