"Finding aid includes a wide range of formats, including card indexes, calendars, guides, inventories, shelf and container lists, and registers. Finding aid is a single document that places the materials in context by consolidating information about the collection, such as acquisition and processing; provenance, including administrative history or biographical note; scope of the collection, including size, subjects, media; organization and arrangement; and an inventory of the series and the folders."
A public library is:
- free access to books for every member of society
- library catalog
With books ready to be shared, meticulously cataloged, everyone is a librarian. When everyone is librarian, library is everywhere.1
In any fantasy where Internet meets Public Library it is easy to become enthusiastic... »read_more»