Cataloging Heresy: Challenging the Standard Bibliographic Product, Proceedings of the Congress for Librarians, 1991, with additional contributed papers. Edited by Bella Hass Weinberg. Medford, NJ: Learned Information, 1992. xii, 217 p., $35.
Keywords:Book review, discoverability
Can a single set of centrally supplied descriptive access points, subject headings, and classification numbers meet the needs of all types of library users? Cataloging Heresy, the expanded proceedings of the 1991 Congress for Librarians held at St. John's University, addresses the issue of shared, homogeneous cataloging from the viewpoints of professionals in various library and information technology settings. This review discusses the papers presented from the perspective of their implications for access to and description of Judaica materials.
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