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Legal Deposit for Library Book Printing Field
Origin:Image Printing  Data: 4/12/2011  Keywords: Book Printing, Book Printing China, Legal Deposit

Within library book printing field, legal deposit is the act of depositing published material in designated libraries. Publishers in the United Kingdom and Ireland have an obligation to deposit published material in the six legal deposit libraries, which collectively maintain the national published archive of the British Isles. The six libraries are British Library, Bodleian Library, Oxford University, Cambridge University Library, National Library of Scotland in Edinburgh, National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth, and Library of Trinity College, Dublin.


A review list is prepared, tailor-made for the title, taking account of the ideas and contacts. Review copies may be bound, uncorrected proofs or printed books. They are sent out with a review slip, press release or letter which gives the details of the title and requests a review. Any review clippings received are circulated in-house and to the author. Reviews have declined in importance in their influence on book sales, and greater attention has been directed to the PR for a title. Old hands will hark back nostalgically to the days when Arnold Bennett could clear a whole edition with an enthusiastic epithet in the London Evening Standard. Now the literary editor, David Sexton, could disembowel himself, Mishima-style, on the roof of his building and it would not generate a ripple of interest among book buyers. Reviews can still be crucial for biographies or academic works, for example, where potential readers may want to gauge the quality of the work ahead of their purchase. Reviews on Amazon may be written by enthusiastic readers or friends of the author.

Cataloging rules have been defined to allow for consistent cataloging of various library materials across several persons of a cataloging team and across time to offer book printing services. Users can use them to clarify how to find an entry and how to interpret the data in an entry. Cataloging rules prescribe which information from a bibliographic item is included in the entry, how this information is presented on a catalog card or in a cataloging record, how the entries should be sorted in the catalog. The larger a collection, the more elaborate cataloging rules are needed. Users cannot and do not want to examine hundreds of catalog entries or even dozens of library items to find the one item they need. Currently most cataloging rules are similar to the International Standard Bibliographic Description (ISBD) a set of rules produced by the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) to describe a wide range of library materials. These rules organize the bibliographic description of an item in the following areas: title and statement of responsibility, edition, material specific details, publication and distribution, physical description, series, notes, and standard number (ISBN). The most commonly used set of cataloging rules in the English speaking world are for short. In the German-speaking world there exists abbreviated RAK. AACR2 has been translated into many languages, however, for use around the world. AACR2 provides rules for descriptive cataloging only and does not touch upon subject cataloging. Library items that are written in a foreign script are, in some cases, transliterated to the script of the catalog.

 
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