Journal of Documentation

Category:

Library and Information Studies

Table Of Contents: Volume 15 Issue 1

THE NUFFIELD PILOT SURVEY OF LIBRARY USE IN THE UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS

B.S. PAGE, P.E. TUCKER

In the autumn of 1956 the Nuffield Foundation invited the Library of the University of Leeds to undertake a statistical survey of the use made of it during the calendar…

NOTATIONAL SYMBOLS IN CLASSIFICATION PART V: SIGNPOSTED AND RETROACTIVE NOTATION, AND PART VI: PRONOUNCEABLE RETROACTIVE ORDINAL NOTATION

B.C. VICKERY

In Part III of this series, some calculations were given showing that under certain circumstances retroactive notation gives shorter symbols for compound subjects than…

SWEDISH CATALOGUES AND BIBLIOGRAPHIES OF PERIODICALS

C. Björkbom

Ib her article about catalogues and bibliographies of periodicals in the September 1958 issue of the Journal of Documentation, Muriel E. Hammond writes (p. 127): ‘It has…

A NATIONAL LOAN POLICY FOR SCIENTIFIC SERIALS

D.J. URQUHART, R.M. BUNN

Elsewhere a survey has been reported of the use of the serials in the Science Museum Library. In brief this showed that where the Science Museum Library's copy of a serial…

STATISTICAL COMPARISON OF BRITISH MUSEUM AND LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CATALOGUES

A.H. Chaplin

Early in 1957 a comparison was made in the British Museum between the British Museum General Catalogue of Printed Books (G.K. II) and the Library of Congress Catalogue of…

CLASSIFICATION RESEARCH GROUP BULLETIN NO. 5

The 54th meeting of the CRG was held at the College of Aeronautics, Cranfield, where the Aslib Research Project is testing the comparative efficiency of information…

PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL STUDY CONFERENCE ON CLASSIFICATION FOR INFORMATION RETRIEVAL

J.M.S. RISK

These proceedings cover a study conference of the Federation Internationale de Documentation, held at Beatrice Webb House, Dorking, Surrey, from the 13th to the 17th May…

ISSN:

0022-0418

Online date, start – end:

1945

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof David Bawden