20 terms

Management and Cataloging


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Evaluation of the mass of source material and the selection of that portion that will be kept.
records which are no longer required for current use but have been selected for permanent preservation because of their evidential or informational value.
Public law Act No. 1935
provided for the consolidation of all libraries belonging to any branch of the Philippine government for the creation of Philippine Library.
Public law No. 3477
Law that change the name of Philippine Library and museum to National Library.
Filipiniana Division of the National Library
the official repository of the country's printed and recorded intellectual and cultural heritage.
Wenceslao Retana
a famous Filipino journalist that define Filipiniana as books printed in the Philippines,Books about Philippines and those that are written by Filipinos.
Catalog Division
responsible for the organization of collection acquired in the library.
Information Technology Division
envisioned to implement information and communication technology for National Library of the Philippines
a voluntary free services offered to publishers by the NLP that provides bibliographic record for books before it published.
protects the rights of author and creators of literary and artistic works.
Economic rights
rights of the author or the owner
Moral rights
rights of the author to claim authorship of the work.
unique international identifier for monographic publications.
Cartographic materials
any materials representing the whole or part of the earth at any scale.
Writing made by hand. typescripts and inscriptions on any clay tablets, stones.
Graphic materials
Two dimensional representations whether opaque, reproduction, flash cards photographs or intended to be viewed.
Generic term for any medium, transparent or opaque bearing microimages
non book materials that refers to artifact or naturally occuring object.
Main Entry
It is the basis for determining what type of catalog entry.
Non book materials
Materials that are totally dependent on the printed words to transmit data or information