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Acceptance Remarks (Ajl Reference Book Award, 1992) Sep 1994

Acceptance Remarks (Ajl Reference Book Award, 1992)

Judaica Librarianship

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Scatter Of The Literature (1994), Donna Kutnick Sep 1994

Scatter Of The Literature (1994), Donna Kutnick

Judaica Librarianship

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Vol. 8 Back Matter Sep 1994

Vol. 8 Back Matter

Judaica Librarianship

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Contributing Hebrew Name Headings To Naco: A Participant's View, Rachel Simon Sep 1994

Contributing Hebrew Name Headings To Naco: A Participant's View, Rachel Simon

Judaica Librarianship

Princeton University Libraries have undergone several phases over the years regarding authority work. This paper focuses on Princeton's treatment of Hebrew name headings within the framework of authority work in general, prior to and following the library's involvement in the NACO (National Coordinated Cataloging Operations) project.

The paper deals with the following topics: the methods used at Princeton for authority work before the involvement with NACO in 1980; the stages of Princeton's involvement with NACO after 1980 (including production data); procedures developed at Princeton to facilitate authority work, enhance efficiency, and guarantee quality control in all production ...


Literary Commentary: A Transactional Approach To Holocaust Literature, Karen Shawn Sep 1994

Literary Commentary: A Transactional Approach To Holocaust Literature, Karen Shawn

Judaica Librarianship

Through active reading strategies including annotation, shared inquiry, and interpretive discussion, librarians can play a major role in the development of age-appropriate Holocaust literature programs suitable for library and classroom settings. Literary response theory becomes practice as librarians and students, in this updated adaptation of the chavruta, use writing journals to articulate and exchange questions, comments, and feelings about the books they have read and recommended, bridging the gap between the generations of readers who share, through literature, the Holocaust experience.