Library of Congress, Cataloging Directorate- Contains many important sections, including those for the PCC (Program for Cooperative Cataloging) and its divisions, CDS (Cataloging Distribution Service) and MARC; many pages of news on LC policy decisions, discussions and papers worth reading.
Cooperative Computer Services – This website lists the local cataloguing practices of the Catalog and Metadata Management (CAMM) Technical Group. The web version was established in November 2008, with a major revision in early 2017.
Cataloguing and Processing: A Resource for School Library Personnel – This is the official website of Manitoba Education and Training, School Programs Division. This resource outlines the procedures for catalouging and processing library materials. This publication serves as a recommended bibliographic standard for school libraries in Manitoba.
Cataloguing Resources: External – This list includes resrouces useful in cataloguing that have been created and maintained outside of the Tulane University Libraries. Documents content includes resource by type, cataloging tools, electronic resources, authority work etc.
The Library of Congress (Cataloguing and Acquisitions) – This is the home page of the Acquisitions and Bibliographic Access Directorate. On this website, the information includes: Cataloguing tools, documentation; catalogues and authority records; classification; general, descriptive cataloguing; publications, reports and subject headings.
Penn State Libraries Cataloging and Metadata Services – This website lists all the bibliographic processing cataloguing rules in order to process materials efficiently and maintain the standards of cataloging excellence.
Terminologies Service (OCLC Cataloguing and Metadata) – The Terminologies Service website provides access to multiple controlled vocabularies to help you create consistent metadata for your library collections. It is easy as copy-and-paste into a workform or template once you find a term to use in your description, improving the description of (and access to) your digital and hard copy materials.
RDA Steering Committee – Website of the RDA Steering Committee (RSC). Previously known as the JSC/RDA. it was responsible for maintaining the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, and is working continuously on the recently-released code, RDA (aka Resource Description and Access).
This is a prototype service designed to support the assignment of classification numbers for books, DVDs, CDs, and many other types of materials. The prototype provides access to more than 36 million WorldCat records that contain DDC, LCC and NLM. You can retrieve the classification summary by ISBN, ISSN, UPC, OCLC number, or author/title.
OCLC Dewey Services – Includes monthly updates, product information.