Congratulations from me as well, Danny, Arlene, and David! I received my copy the other day and I look forward to reading it. A "new work," eh? Just noticed the "Significant expansion of:..." relationship designator in the LC CIP. Cool!
Karen Snow, Ph.D.
Graduate School of Library & Information Science
7900 West Division Street
River Forest, IL 60305
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Subject: Re: [eduCAT] New edition of Introduction to Cataloging and Classification now available
Congratulations Danny, David, and Arlene!
On 7/10/15, 11:17 PM, "Discussion List for issues related to cataloging & metadata education & training on behalf of Daniel N. Joudrey" <[log in to unmask] on behalf of [log in to unmask]> wrote:
>Cataloging educators and Catalogers,
>I wanted to let everyone know that the 11th edition of Introduction to Cataloging and
>Classification has been published by Libraries Unlimited. Although it is the 11th
>edition of this classic textbook, it has been significantly revised to reflect the current
>cataloging landscape. The revisions are so major that the Library of Congress has
>cataloged this resource as a *new work* rather than as a *new expression*.
>My co-authors, Arlene G. Taylor and David P. Miller, and I are very proud of this work
>and we hope you will find it useful in your classroom or your library's cataloging
>For more information, please check out the publisher's website: http://www.abc-
>Daniel N. Joudrey
>School of Library and Information Science
>Simmons College, Boston, MA