- Free-Floating Subdivisions: An Alphabetical Index
- 23rd edition
- Publication Date:
- This convenient, slim volume lists all subdivisions designated as free-floating, approved through December 2010. Free-floating refers to a form or topical subdivision assigned by the subject cataloger under designated subjects without the usage being established editorially. A quick-reference tool to quickly find the subfield code and reference to the appropriate memos in Subject Headings Manual.
No longer in print. The 23rd edition (2011) was the last. The information will continue to be available as part of the Library of Congress Subject Headings and in Classification Web and Cataloger's Desktop.
- 2 pounds
- $35 Contiguous U.S.
$40 Outside Contiguous U.S.
- Included in Cataloger's Desktop
- Included in Classification Web
Introduction to Subject Heading Authority Control
Available in various formats, these tools help you with subject access. The major subject authority publications include the six-volume Library of Congress Subject Headings, Classification Web, and Subject Headings Manual and updates. Many of the publications are available in Cataloger's Desktop.