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November 2008

  • November 13, 2008  (08-190)
    Library Reorganization Merges Acquisition and Cataloging Functions As result of the latest reorganization at the Library of Congress, a book acquired as a copyright deposit, purchase, gift or an exchange will go to one division instead of several for centralized processing—the ordering, cataloging, shelflisting, barcoding and other activities that enable users to find one particular book among more than 23.3 million unique titles in printed formats (plus another 8.9 million that...
    • Date: 2008-11-13