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  • Title: AACR2
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. About AACR2.. Translations.. Rights and Permissions.. Online Access.. Governance.. JSC.. Click below for your appropriate ordering territory:.. Canada.. United Kingdom, Europe, and Commonwealth countries not separately listed.. United States and Mexico.. Australia and New Zealand.. Hong Kong and China, Indochina, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand.. Japan.. Welcome to the homepage of.. the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules.. Your online source for ordering AACR2 and allied product information..  ...   Canadian Library Association, and the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals.. Please note that each publisher has its own set of ISBNs, ordering information, and relevant currency pricing.. For more information, select your country from the menu on the left.. If your country is not listed, please contact your usual supplier.. 2006 - 2012, American Library Association, Canadian Library Association, and the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals..

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  • Title: AACR2
    Descriptive info: AACR2 is published under the auspices of the.. AACR Fund.. as outlined in the.. section of this Web site.. As noted in its General Introduction, the.. Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules.. (AACR) are designed for use in the construction of catalogues and other lists in general libraries of all sizes.. The rules cover the description of, and the provision of access points for, all library materials commonly collected at the present time.. The second edition of the rules is based on a reconciliation of the British and North American texts of the 1967 edition.. This extends to style, which is generally in accordance with the.. Chicago Manual of Style.. , and to spellings, which are those of.. Webster s New International Dictionary.. Part I deals with the provision of information describing the item being catalogued, and Part II deals with the determination and establishment of headings (access points) under which the descriptive information is to be presented to catalogue users, and with the making of references to those headings.. In both parts the rules proceed from the general to the specific.. In addition to the Rules, The AACR Fund authorizes other publications.. The most prominent of these are.. The Concise AACR2.. and.. Cartographic Materials.. AACR is published in English and has been translated into other languages, which are listed under.. section of this site.. Latest News.. Marjorie Bloss appointed RDA Project Manager.. Marjorie Bloss, visiting instructor at the Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Dominican University, has been appointed Project Manager for the development of Resource Description and Access  ...   cataloging organizations, including the Program for Cooperative Cataloging and IFLA, has commercial experience as the Manager of Training Services at Endeavor Information Services and the Manager for Resource Sharing for the Marketing and User Services Division at OCLC, and has valuable project management experience in both academic and commercial environments.. About the Co-Publishers.. Based in Chicago, the.. American Library Association.. (ALA) is a nonprofit organization that advocates for America s libraries and the millions of people who depend on them.. ALA s mission is to provide leadership for the development, promotion and improvement of library and information services and the profession of librarianship in order to enhance learning and ensure access to information for all.. Based in Ottawa, the.. Canadian Library Association.. (CLA) is a non-profit, diverse group of individuals and organizations involved or interested in library or information sciences.. CLA s mission is to promote, develop, and support library and information services in Canada and to work in cooperation with all who share its values in order to present a unified voice on issues of mutual concern.. Based in the United Kingdom, the.. Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals.. (CILIP) is a professional body formed from the unification of the Institute of Information Scientists (IIS) and The Library Association (LA).. CILIP s mission is to support library and information workers in all sectors and to set and promote standards of excellence in the creation, management, and delivery of information services.. 2006, American Library Association, Canadian Library Association, and the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals..

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  • Title: AACR2
    Descriptive info: The text of the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules is copyright and therefore any organisation wishing to translate the Rules must seek permission to do so.. The copyright holders encourage the wide use of the AACR Rules and welcome such requests.. A royalty payment or fee according to circumstances will normally be payable.. The Chartered Institute of Library and Information  ...   requests should therefore be sent to:.. The Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals.. for the attention of Vivien Scorer.. 7 Ridgmount Street.. London WC1E 7AE.. United Kingdom.. or faxed to: Vivien Scorer, CILIP; fax no: +44 20 7255 0591.. or emailed to:.. vivien.. scorer@cilip.. org.. uk.. For a list of AACR translations, see the.. JSC Web site..

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  • Title: AACR2
    Descriptive info: AACR2 is co-published by the American Library Association, the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals, and the Canadian Library Association.. The Co-Publishers welcome and encourage the licensing of AACR2 content to third party vendors for electronic or online access.. Please contact the American Library  ...   in the English language, please contact the copyright holder by clicking on your appropriate territory link on the homepage of this site.. The Co-Publishers also encourage requests for translations, which can be directed to CILIP in the United Kingdom.. Information is available at the Translations tab..

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  • Title: AACR2
    Descriptive info: The Cataloging Distribution Service (CDS) of the Library of Congress and the American Library Association (ALA) have signed an agreement to incorporate the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules (AACR2), 2nd edition into Cataloger s Desktop, CDS s integrated, online cataloging documentation system.. Cataloger s Desktop provides access to AACR2 and the most heavily used cataloging publications, with extensive hypertext linking between AACR2, the Library of Congress Rule Interpretations (LCRIs), as  ...   formats.. Desktop s quarterly update schedule keeps the links between AACR2 and dozens of critical cataloging tools up-to-date.. Additional information about Cataloger s Desktop is available on the CDS website at.. www.. loc.. gov/cds/desktop.. or by contacting Library of Congress, Cataloging Distribution Service, Customer Services Section, Washington, DC 20541-4912 USA; telephone: (800) 255-3666 toll free in U.. S.. or (202) 707-6100 elsewhere; fax: (202) 707-1334; email:.. cdsinfo@loc.. gov..

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  • Title: AACR2
    Descriptive info: Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules Governance.. The publication of the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules (AACR) is governed by the Committee of Principals, which coordinates three subordinate groups: The Co-Publishers of AACR, The Joint Steering Committee for Revision of AACR, and The AACR Fund Committee (Trustees).. The Committee of Principals.. The Committee of Principals comprises the CEOs/Directors (or designates) of the three national associations (the American Library Association, the Canadian Library Association, and the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals), and the Directors (or designates) of the Library of Congress, Library and Archives Canada, the National Library of Australia, and the British Library.. The Committee of Principals is responsible for all policies and programs relating to the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, the publication of revisions and new editions, and the affairs of its subordinate bodies.. In this capacity, the Committee of Principals oversees the publication of the AACR, reviews developments and progress of the Joint Steering Committee, reviews the state and application of the AACR Fund, determines future programs of work for the Joint Steering Committee, and determines all questions of constitution, terms of reference and conduct of the Joint Steering Committee and Trustees.. The Co-Publishers.. The three national Associations hold the copyright to AACR as well as derivative works authorized by the Committee of Principals.. The three associations therefore serve as publisher for the work created by the Joint Steering Committee.. The Joint Steering Committee.. The Joint Steering Committee is responsible for reviewing  ...   Committee (Trustees).. The AACR Fund receives royalties from the sale of AACR2 and other authorized publications and generates interest on the royalty revenues.. It discharges its functions in such a way as to maximize accrual within the Fund, advise the Principals on appropriate uses of the AACR Fund, and report significant developments arising in the administration of the Fund to the Principals.. It comprises representatives from the three associations.. AACR Governance Structure.. Committee of Principals.. Mary Ghikas.. Senior Associate Executive Director.. The Canadian Library Association.. Kelly Moore.. Executive Director.. Sue Brown, Chair.. Beacher J.. E.. Wiggins.. Director for Cataloging.. Library and Archives Canada.. Ingrid Parent.. Director General of Acquisitions and Bibliographic Services.. The National Library of Australia.. Pamela Gatenby.. Assistant Director-General, Collections Management Division.. Caroline Brazier.. Head of Collection Acquisition and Description.. Co-Publishers:.. Don Chatham.. Associate Executive Director, Publishing Services.. Judy Green.. Manager, Marketing and Communications.. Helen Carley.. Publishing Director, Facet Publishing.. The Joint Steering Committee:.. John Attig.. Authority Control Librarian, University Libraries,.. Pennsylvania State University.. Alan Danskin.. Metadata and Bibliographic Standards Coordinator, The British Library.. The Canadian Committee on Cataloguing.. Margaret Stewart, Chair.. Manager, Standards, Library and Archives Canada.. Hugh Taylor.. Head, Collection Development and Description, Cambridge University Library.. The Australian Committee on Cataloguing.. Deirdre Kiorgaard.. Director, Serials Collection Management and Standards, National Library of Australia.. Dr.. Barbara B.. Tillett.. Chief, Policy and Standards Division, Library of Congress.. Current representatives for the Trustees of the AACR Fund are as follows:..

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  • Title: AACR2
    Descriptive info: You are in the ordering territory for: Canada.. AACR2 Products.. Ordering Information.. AACR2 Products.. AACR2.. Concise AACR2..

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    Descriptive info: You are in the ordering territory for: United States and Mexico.. To find all AACR2 related products,.. Visit the ALA Store..

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