1. Course Title: APPLIED CATALOGING

    Course Code: LIS 62O9

    Instructor: TARIQ RASHEED             Credit Hours: 03

    Email:tariqrasheed141@gmail.com

  2. Introduction to Course: Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules and MARC, ALA filing rules, cataloguing of books and non book Materials, matadata standards, copy cataloguing and cataloguing of oriental materials.
  3. The focus in this subject has been kept on the practical application of cataloguing rules for the compilation of bibliographical information in the library that includes all core areas of catalogue as mentioned below. 

OBJECTIVES

  1. To give understanding to students about what is applied cataloguing and core areas of catalogue.
  2. To enable students to record bibliographic information in Library catalogue
  3. To make literacy students about technological formats of catalogue
  4. To give essential skills to students for the selection of suitable access point in catalogue.

Course Schedule

Week

Topics and Readings

1

Overview about the course and Basic Concepts of Cataloging

2

Glossary of Library Terms of Applied Cataloging

3

AACR2 Cataloging Areas

4

Elements of Cataloging

5

Descriptive Cataloging

6

AACR2: A detailed study

7

General Rules for Author Name and Corporate Body

8

General Rules for Title statement

9

General Rules for Statement of responsibility and edition

10

General Rules for special area for Serials and Maps

11

General Rules for Publication Area

12

General Rules for Physical description and Series area

13

General Rules for Note and ISBN Area

14

AACR2 Cataloging Rules in detail

15

Practical

16

Practical

 

Research Projects: 

Students will be assigned topics in the class from the contents and will present their topics before the class.

Evaluation/ Assessment criteria:

Sessional:  20 Marks

Class Attendance: 5 Marks

Presentation/Assignment: 8 Marks

Class Participation/ Discussions:  2 Marks

Quizzes: 5 Marks

Mid Term: 30 Marks

Final exam: 50 Marks

Class Timings:

Self Support class:

Wednesday: 04:00 to 05:30 pm

Friday: 03:00 to 04:30 pm

Norms / RULES AND REGULATIONS

80% class attendance is necessary to enter in exams.

Students are highly encouraged to participate in class discussions, but, whenever practicing it, they would have to raise their hands and talk at their turn.

Students have right to contact teacher for any assistance in their studies either through email or personal meeting during prescribed consulting office hours.

Students are not allowed to use cell phones in class.

Course Material