AARC

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AcronymDefinition
AARCAlberta Adolescent Recovery Center (Alberta, Canada)
AARCAmerican Association for Respiratory Care
AARCAverage Annual Rate of Change (various locations)
AARCAlliance of Artists and Recording Companies
AARCAsian American Resource Center (Pomona College)
AARCAlternative Agricultural Research and Commercialization Corporation
AARCAlbemarle Amateur Radio Club (Albemarle County, Virginia)
AARCAnne Arundel Radio Club
AARCAmbler Area Running Club (Pennsylvania)
AARCAlaska Autism Resource Center
AARCAlliance for Acid Rain Control
AARCAnglo-American Cataloguing Rules
AARCAlamo Area Regional Command
AARCAlger Amateur Radio Club
AARCAircraft Asset Recovery Corporation (Ann Arbor, MI)
AARCAir to Air Refuelling Controller
AARCAcademic Audit and Review Committee (UK)
AARCAll Arms Recruit Course (New Zealand)
AARCAmicale Alpine Renault du Cher (French car club)
AARCAssociation of Airline Representatives in Canada (IATA)
AARCAffirmative Action Recruiting Consortium (Massachusetts)
AARCAtsugi Amateur Radio Club (Kanagawa, Japan)
AARCAerodynamic and Aeroacoustic Research Center
AARCAnderson Army Reserve Center (Troy, Alabama)
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Tom Delsey, with assistance from Beth Dulabahn, Michael Heaney, and Jean Hirons, "The Logical Structure of the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules," Part I (1998) and Part II (1999) <http://www.
The provision of ISBD developed and published by the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) and covering most media and bibliographic conditions have been incorporated in Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules of 1988.
It is to Dewey that we owe the professionalization of bibliography, the beginnings of education for librarianship, the development of professional associations for librarians, and in 1908 the publication of the first joint Anglo-American cataloguing rules.
Joint Steering Committee for the Revision of AACR, Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, 2nd ed.
Resource Description & Access (RDA) developed over a six-year period as a replacement to the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, 2d edition, 2002 revision (AACR2).
The Library of Congress announced an agreement that will add the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, 2nd edition (AACR2) (http://www.
Taube expressed the concern that the library profession would fail to see this opportunity and simply devise techniques for computerizing the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules.
Katalogiseringsregler for svenska bibliotek : svensk oversattning och bearbetning av Anglo-American cataloguing rules, second edition, 1988 revision / utgiven av SAB:s kommitte for katalogisering och klassifikation ;redaktor: Bodil Gustavsson.
In addition, it includes the current version of the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, second edition (AACR2).
5] It is revealing that a large portion of the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules for uniform titles is devoted to the application of uniform titles to musical works.
Some are broad in scope and widely used, such as the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, 2d edition (AACR2), MARC formats, and classification/ subject analysis tools from the Library of Congress, the National Library of Medicine, and Forest Press (Dewey Decimal Classification).
Department of Education funded project "Building a Catalog of Internet Resources," I have been inviting librarians to join with OCLC in field-based exploration of the suitability and applicability of the USMARC format for bibliographic description and Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, 2d, revised (AACR2), for providing improved description and access for Internet resources.
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