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Library Studies: Reserve and eReserve

Information and resources to support Library Studies students at Box Hill Institute

Using Reserve resources

Reserve resources are materials that are held in 'reserve' for in-house loan or short term loan. They may be placed on reserve for a semester or an entire year. To use these resources go to the reserve shelf and borrow the items through the self check machine. Items can also be returned via the Library front desk or the returns box in the main library area.  Please note - some Reserve Collection material is not permitted to leave the Library, or may have different loan periods to the rest of the collection.

E-Reserve

Your teacher may put articles or book chapters  onto e- reserve for you to access. You can search for these in the catalogue and link through to read the article online. Your teacher will provide you with references to these articles.

2016 Semester 1 eReserve:

Bowman, J. H. (2003), Essential cataloguing Ch 2, Background to cataloguing and AACR2 

Chowdhury G.G. & Chowdhury S. (2007). Organizing information from the shelf to the web Ch3 Cataloguing

Chowdhury, G.G. (2010). Introduction to modern information retrieval Chapter 12: User interfaces

Read, J. (2003). Cataloguing without tears Ch.1: why bother to catalogue?

NB. If you are taken to the screen 'enrolment options', click 'continue' before logging in.

Classification/Cataloguing Reserve Resources

MARC21 format for bibliographic data. Library of Congress 025.316 MAR

Cataloging with AACR2 and MARC21. Fritz, D.025.32 FRI

Dewey decimal classification and relative index. Dewey,M. 025.431 DEW Vol.1

Dewey decimal classification and relative index. Dewey,M. 025.431 DEW Vol.2

Dewey decimal classification and relative index. Dewey,M. 025.431 DEW Vol.3

Dewey decimal classification and relative index. Dewey,M. 025.431 DEW Vol.4

Library of Congress subject headings. Library of Congress 025.49 LIB Volumes I to IV

(Serveral sets avaialble for in-house use - Editions 15-25.)

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