Content and context in concept-oriented catalogs

Did you know 2010 has been designated the year of cataloging research by the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services? No? That makes 2 of us. Luckily John Mark Ockerbloom knows!

2010 has been designated the year of cataloging research by the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services. So it’s a good time for me to continue my series on concept-oriented catalogs. Before I talk about specific ways to implement them, I’d like to give some attention to what they look like, and the ways they interact with users.

Content and context in concept-oriented catalogs

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