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 ITU Catalogue of Publications Catalogue of publications Weekly update International Telecommunication Union
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Score: 946261.2 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...ue/web/WebSearch/page0001.html
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REPORT OF THE HEADQUARTERS LIBRARY AND OF THE GENEVA LIBRARY, 1957
It involved original cataloguing of seme material hitherto not recorded in the main catalogues, reclassification into one scheme of material previously dispersed under three different classifications, the transfer of some material to and from the Trusteeship collection and the withdrawal of a mass of duplicated and superseded publications. (...) v,l68 p. 2. Other publications (titles marked x are for internal distribution only) x Dated list of publications 'deceived [Economic and Social" Affairs branch • library 3. (...) A revision of the public catalogue was also carried out in the course of the year; 120 drawers were added, bringing the total number to 87O, and a complete rearrangement of the shelf list was also undertaken.
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Score: 946249.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=ST/LIB/5&Lang=E
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THE UNITED NATIONS HEADQUARTERS LIBRARY, 1 JULY 1950 - 30 JUNE 1951
As an outcome of this review of policy and pro­ cedures the following decisions were taken: a fuller and more precise definition of the Library's criteria of selection is to be written to serve as a guide for al l concerned in selection activity; the list of subjects of interest to the United Nations will be thoroughly revised and brought up to date; these basic documents are to be supplemented as necessary by the publication of specific directives relating to collecting policy; initial selection from definitely assigned national and trade bibliographies, catalogues and announcements is to be made by the chiefs of the Processing Section and the Acquisition Unit, and from certain language areas by desig­ nated staff members; these selections will continue to be reviewed by the Director or the Chief of the Service to Headers Unit or their delegates; certain acquisition sources (such as rare book catalogues) are to be examined by the Director for possible purchases; special bibliographies and Journals are to be scanned regularly as acquisition sources by designated staff members with particular language and subject backgrounds. (...) The Unit also published throughout 1950-51 a monthly list, New Publications in the United Nations Headquarters Library, which has been found to be of considerable interest to the Secretariat. 1 The most pressing unfinished piece of work on the operational level is to reconcile the author entries in the serial checking record with those in the catalogue, and in so doing to weed the file of records which are no longer active. (...) The library of the Department of Trusteeship and Information from Non-Self-Governing Territories receives many serials directly which must be recorded in the Headquarters Library as time can be found for the task. Publications concerning the territories Aden through Dominica have been catalogued, as well as the administering powers' reports on non-self-governing territories and trust territories, but this represents only 20 per cent of the total task.
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Score: 946147.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ORT/JULY 1950-JUNE 1951&Lang=E
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REPORT ON THE STATUS OF THE CATALOGUE OF ASSESSMENTS (DELIVERABLE 4 (A))
The Catalogue offers both browsing and searching functionality. (...) All SGA Network member assessments were added to the Catalogue and most entries into the Catalogue have been peer-reviewed. (...) The Catalogue could support and complement the planned Catalogue of Policy Support Tools and Methodologies (deliverable 4c).
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Score: 945877 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=IPBES/3/INF/20&Lang=E
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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DAG HAMMARSKJOLD LIBRARY AT THE UNITED NATIONS HEADQUARTERS, 1975
In addition to administrative matters and recurrent topics such as the Library's annual work programme and the budget, the following were among the subjects discussed on the basis of working papers prepared: training programme for j o . . 76-114199 - 2 - Library staff; seminars on the services of the Library; reorganization of selection and collection development procedures; a user study pertaining to analysis of documents reference queries; survey of the timelag between submission of texts of indexes for reproduction and availability for distribution; policy governing the UN/SA Catalogue; policy guidelines governing indexing of UN/SA documents and publications; and principles governing United Nations depository libraries. (...) * Dated list of trade publications received - ESA Statistical Collection. (...) - 20 - Bibliographical activities (a) Titles catalogued and classified (i) Monographs (ii) Serials TOTAL: 3,982 1,260 5,2^ 2 (b) Computer-assisted indexing (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) UN documents and publications indexed; UN periodical articles indexed; Analytical records prepared, keyboarded and stored; Basic bibliographical information records prepared, keyboarded and stored; Indexing terms established, keyboarded and stored: a.
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Score: 945790.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=ST/LIB/REPORT/1975&Lang=E
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Cataloguing Source - Local Manual for Speech Index Records TAGS 0XX 7XX 2XX 8XX 9XX Other Manuals Thesaurus Library Home UN Home     039 CATALOGUING SOURCE - Local     Required field. 3-letter UNBIS code for the local cataloguing unit. (...) Example: 039 $a ITS [Speech index record] Maintained by the Department of Public Information (DPI), Dag Hammarskjöld Library.
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Score: 945168.8 - https://www.un.org/depts/dhl/unbisref_manual/its/its039.htm
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REPORT OF THE HEADQUARTERS LIBRARY AND THE GENEVA LIBRARY, 1961
A similar situation obtains in the Catalogue Section. Here the workloa in 1961 was at about the level of i960, despite the fact that the acquisition of new publications was deliberately held to a reasonable minimum. (...) Situated as they both were in the South Lobby of the Secretariat building, it was possible to co-ordinate these two services to a desirable degree, although much remains to be done in that directior Indeed, one of the major projects to be undertaken is to incorporate into the mair catalogue some of the records of holdings in the Documents Reference Section (notably the catalogue of books, other than League of Nations publications, in the Woodrow Wilson Memorial Library, which is part of the Documents Reference Section) and conversely to ensure that the latter Section works closely with and in full knowledge , of the resources of the General Reference Section a*. 3. main Collectient- • 15. (...) (ST/LIB/SER.C/25) New publications in the United Nations Headquarters Library.
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Score: 945047.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=ST/LIB/9&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE HEADQUARTERS LIBRARY, THE GENEVA LIBRARY AND THE LIBRARIES OF THE ECONOMIC COMMISSIONS, 1965
New or revised directives and. instructions on the maintenance of the bibliographical collection, exchange of publications with other institutions, subject cataloguing, loan services, and on other aspects of library service have been issued.. (...) French and Spanish versions of the Bibliographical style manual were published; ten chapters of the Manual of the Catalogue Section were revised, and reproduced; a new, updated edition of the List of subject headings used in indexing United Nations documents and publications was prepared. 7. (...) There was no backlog of card.s waiting for reproduction at the end. of 1965 as it was in previous year. IT- The Public Catalogue was expanded, from 515 drawers to 74-7 drawers, and. 2,500 new subject guide cards were inserted, in the subject catalogue section.
Language:English
Score: 944124.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=ST/LIB/18&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE HEADQUARTERS LIBRARY AND THE GENEVA LIBRARY, 1962
As part of the new equipment installed in the Dag Hammarskjold Library the Catalogue Section acquired two Flexowriters which make it possible to reproduce catalogue cards within the Section with consequent elimination of the lag between the actual cataloguing of a book and the filing of cards in the public catalogue which had long been an annoyance. (...) Nevertheless, plans were made for the eventual publication of a French version of the monthly United Nations Documents Index. (...) Vol. 12, 1961. vi, 235 P* ST/LIB/SER.E/I7O) 2. Other publications (titles marked x are for internal distribution only) x Dated list of publications received; ESA Library.
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Score: 944073 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=ST/LIB/11&Lang=E
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UNBIS Reference Manual for Voting Records - Cataloguing Source - Local Manual for Voting Records Quick Guide TAGS 0XX 7XX 2XX 8XX 5XX 9XX Other Manuals Thesaurus Library Home UN Home   039 CATALOGUING SOURCE - Local   Required field. 3-letter UNBIS code for the local cataloguing unit. (...) Example: 039 $a VOT [Voting record] Maintained by the Department of Public Information (DPI), Dag Hammarskjöld Library.
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Score: 944046.4 - https://www.un.org/depts/dhl/unbisref_manual/voting/v039.htm
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