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MARC (Machine Readable Cataloging) II

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Back to 1960s

 

The MARC format, created by the Library of Congress, automated cataloging. Cataloging was once the libraries' most central and costly activity, and MARC II automated the procedure and also served as the foundation for today's online cataloging system.

 

Information from MARC: Keystone for Library Automation by Sally H. Mc Callum (IEEE Annals of the History of Computing April-June 2002 (Vol. 24, No. 2) pp. 34-39).


 

For more information visit the Library of Congress' webpage: Understanding MARC Authority Records.

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