New Classification Scheme For Chinese Libraries


序號 9
刊名 大學圖書館
年份 1999
出版月份 7月
卷期 Vol.3 No.3
作者 鄭惠珍
作者任職單位 新埔技術學院圖書館館長


關鍵字 中國圖書分類法
頁碼 129-148
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Title An Empirical Discussion on "New Classification Scheme for Chinese Libraries"
Author Hui-chen Cheng
Author's title Chief Librarian, St. John's & St. Mary's Institute of Technology Library

The New Classification Scheme for Chinese Libraries (7th ed., edited by Yung-hsiang Lai) has been an important reference tool for catalogers. However, with the advent of new technologies, publications increase in number and speed, and have overwhelmed the traditional cataloging system. This classification scheme has become obsolete and no longer effectively meets a cataloger’s needs. The purpose of this article is to discuss the discrepancies in this classification scheme and its problems. Listed below are topics of interests 1) Unclear numerical designations in the computer 2) Inconsistent subdivisions of categories 3) Over-simplified numerical designations 4) The problems of classifying by year of publication 5) Problems with famous authors 6) Unsuitable classification for new subjects 7) Unsuitable subject descriptions in cataloging 8) Duplicated designation the same subject etc. The basic requirements of a good classification scheme are also described in this article. Several suggestions are given at the end in the hope that the next edition of New Classification Scheme for Chinese Libraries would be more robust and effective for cataloging publications in the 21st century.

Keywords New Classification Scheme For Chinese Libraries
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序號 3
刊名 大學圖書館
年份 2000
出版月份 9月
卷期 Vol.4 No.2
作者 高鵬
作者任職單位 國立臺灣大學醫學院圖書分館


關鍵字 中國圖書分類法圖書分類網路書店
頁碼 38-56
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Title The Use of New Classification Scheme for Chinese Library on WWW-based Online Bookstore-A Study
Author Peng Kao
Author's title Medical Library, National Taiwan University

Classification schemes have served as one of the major searching functions of the online bookstore. However, because there are quite a few classification schemes being used among online bookstores, books of the same field are likely to be placed under different subject headings in different online bookstores. Consequently the searcher may have difficulties in selecting subject headings if he uses more than one online bookstore. The author suggests that local online bookstores may use the New Classification Scheme for Chinese Libraries as the source for search keys. Together with the use of the CIP classification data, search interfaces can, in this way, be more coherent and the accuracy in subject searching raised. Managers of online bookstores should aggressively integrate the various classification schemes being used in order to improve the service of the industry as a whole.

Keywords ClassificationInternet bookstoreNew Classification Scheme For Chinese Libraries
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