Journal of Documentation

Category:

Library and Information Studies

Table Of Contents: Volume 22 Issue 1

THE NATIONAL REFERENCE LIBRARY OF SCIENCE AND INVENTION: A REVIEW OF PROGRESS

MAYSIE WEBB

The author, who is librarian‐designate of the National Reference Library of Science and Invention, gives an account of the work which has so far been done in preparing for…

NOTES ON CATALOGUING IN SPECIAL LIBRARIES WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON AUTHOR AND NAME ENTRIES

BARBARA R.F. KYLE

Catalogues of special libraries are primarily finding tools, and not repositories of exemplary cataloguing. Author and name entries, no less than subject entries, should…

COURSES ON THE STRUCTURE AND USE OF SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE

D.N. WOOD, K.P. BARR

An account is given of courses on the structure and use of scientific literature which have been run at the National Lending Library for research students, university…

THE LEICESTER UNIVERSITY BOOKSHOP

L.C. SYKES

The University of Leicester was the first among the universities of the United Kingdom to establish a bookshop under its sole ownership. This paper deals with the…

FACETED CLASSIFICATION AND THE FINE ARTS

P.F. BROXIS

The Journal of Documentation does not normally publish papers on the classification, etc., of specific subjects. An exception has been made in this case, since most of the…

A FURTHER NOTE ON THE ECONOMICS OF CATALOGUE CARD REPRODUCTION

F.W. RATCLIFFE

The recent article on the economics of catalogue card reproduction by A. G. Mackenzie contains a number of observations in the use of offset litho which are completely at…

CORRESPONDENCE

Dear Sirs, Whilst trying, without much success, to produce certain quantities of catalogue and index cards usefully and economically on an automatic typewriter freely…

DOCUMENTATION SURVEY

This survey is not comprehensive. It is highly selective and intended to keep the reader informed of significant new ideas and developments. All unsigned abstracts are…

ISSN:

0022-0418

Online date, start – end:

1945

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof David Bawden