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Schools Online Thesaurus (ScOT): Read all over

By Les Kneebone

Issue 91, Term 4 2014

ndard, again providing a common vocabulary link between the standards and resource that may support their objectives. ScOT and MARC: Machine-Readable Cataloguing ScOT is no stranger to the SCIS database and has been used within SCIS cataloguing standards for about seven years. However the mechanism

SCIS is more

By Caroline Ramsden

Issue 109, Term 2 2019

to accurately record names and terms with diacritics in SCIS Data. You can read more about diacritics and SCIS records in the SCIS blog post by SCIS cataloguing team leader Renate Beilharz. Series authorities Another big improvement, which came out towards the end of last year, was the SCIS Series

The relationship between SCIS Subject Headings and ScOT

By Les Kneebone

Issue 95, Term 4 2015

SHL)(1) and Schools Online Thesaurus (ScOT)(2) when adding resources to the SCIS database. ScOT is a relatively later addition to the SCIS arsenal of cataloguing tools, introduced and explained in Connections Issue 60(3). This article evaluates this two-vocabulary approach with a view to distinguish

Cataloguing News: New, Amended, Replaced Subject Headings 1998

By Schools Catalogue Information Service

Issue 24, Term 1 1998

imately 3,000 records. Occasionally there may be times when you discover that SCIS hasn't catalogued your item. What should you do? Contact your SCIS Cataloguing Agency. SCIS has Cataloguing Agencies throughout Australia provided by and located within the Ministries of Education. The SCIS Agencies c

Taking the guesswork out of genre

By Brendan Eichholzer

Issue 91, Term 4 2014

/ED496343.pdf Education Services Australia. Guidelines to using SCIS Subject Headings 2015. [online] Available at: http://www2.curriculum.edu.au/scis/cataloguing_standards.html Image credits Genre identifiers in use. Photography by Laura Armstrong. CC-BY-NC-SA.

Cataloguing News

By Schools Catalogue Information Service (SCIS)

Issue 35, Term 4 2000

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SCIS is more

By Dr Ben Chadwick

Issue 113, Term 2 2020

have a SCIS record. We are unable to accept deliveries of books from schools until further notice (1), but we are encouraging you to place an online cataloguing request (my.scisdata.com/CreateCatalogueRequest). We have recently revamped the service to make it quicker and easier to submit these requ

SCIS is more

By Carmen Eastman

Issue 112, Term 1 2020

nce only’ authority files, as this will give them all of the ‘see’, and ‘see also’ references to link their records together. If you do some original cataloguing in your library, such as for a vertical file or for locally produced material, then you may wish to download the full authority files. The

New and revised subject headings

By Renate Beilharz

Issue 120, Term 1

tember 11, 2001 terrorist attackson the United States. The full reference structure for SCIS subject headings can be found in the SCIS Standards for Cataloguing and Data Entry

SCIS is more

By Caroline Hartley

Issue 117, Term 2 2021

st searched for Help articles about SCIS, many people are interested in what SCIS is and what we provide to our subscribers. SCIS cataloguers use the cataloguing system to create bibliographic data for resources used in schools. The ‘bib’ data is created in a machine-readable format called MARC-21 a

SCIS is more

By Ben Chadwick

Issue 120, Term 1

ong, Nicole Richardson, Carmen Eastman and, most recently, Daniel Czech. We’ve had a lot of informative and practical articles contributed by our own cataloguing staff, including Renate Beilharz, Natasha Campbell, Mavis Heffernan, Ceinwen Jones, Julie Styles, and Doreen Sullivan. We have had contrib

School Library Spotlight: Xavier College, Burke Hall

By Fiona O'Rourke

Issue 119, Term 4

versations with the teacher librarian and choose books they want to read.  SCIS is invaluable. It is a cost-effective and time-saving alternative to cataloguing your collection while lending authority and uniformity to your Subject Headings – for both print material and digital content. Sessions e

Demystifying barcodes

By Julie Styles

Issue 96, Term 1 2016

As cataloguers, we understand that it can sometimes be difficult to match the exact resource you have in your hand to one of the 1.4 million records available in the SCIS catalogue. This article will look at the identifying numbers many resources are assigned, what they mean, and how each number can

What's so special about Special Order Files?

By Julie Styles, Nicole Richardson

Issue 97, Term 2 2016

SCIS subscribers looking to add digital content to their library collection have the option to download bulk records from the Special Order Files page. The Special Order Files page enables you to obtain quick access to batches of records for new digital resources, including websites, apps, e-books,

Cataloguing News: New, Amended, Replaced Subject Headings 1998

By Schools Catalogue Information Service

Issue 26, Term 3 1998

ANIMAL BREEDING**(Replacement) (Replace references) Use for works on breeding animals either for commercial purposes or as a hobby. For works limited to the reproductive systems of animals see ANIMALS REPRODUCTION. See also ANIMALS -REPRODUCTION; LIVESTOCK See also breeding of specific animals, e.g.

Cataloguing News: New, Amended, Replaced Subject Headings 1999

By Schools Catalogue Information Service (SCIS)

Issue 28, Term 1 1999

ADULT EDUCATION ** (Addition) See also LIFELONG LEARNING XX LIFELONG LEARNING AGRICULTURAL ECOLOGY** (Addition) See also SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE XX SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE AGRICULTURE** (Addition) See also SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE AGRICULTURE -ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS ** (Addition) See also SUSTAINABLE

Cataloguing News: New, Amended, Replaced Subject Headings 1998

By Schools Catalogue Information Service

Issue 27, Term 4 1998

Animal life cycles See LIFE CYCLES (BIOLOGY) ART, MODERN· 20TH CENTURY** (Addition) See also INSTALLATIONS (ART) BIOLOGY * * (Addition) See also LIFE CYCLES (BIOLOGY) Body art See BODY DECORATION BODY-MARKING ** (Replacement) [Replace heading and references)Body-marking See BODY DECORATION BODY DECO

Website and app reviews

By Nigel Paull

Issue 121, Term 2, 2022

Canva for education www.canva.com/education Canva offers K–12 students and teachers free access to their templates for worksheets, lesson plans, reports and presentations. Also available are fonts, images and details on how to create and share assignments. SCIS no: 5394929 Hot topics legalanswers.sl

SCIS is more

By Caroline Ramsden

Issue 111, Term 4 2019

2019 is racing along — welcome to Issue 111 of Connections! SCIS Data as a selection tool Many of you are now using either Z39.50 or the SCIS API to import records from SCIS Data into your library management systems. This seamless and efficient workflow has many benefits for users. SCIS also provide

SCIS is more

By Dr Ben Chadwick

Issue 121, Term 2, 2022

Some things are fundamental to providing a library service. Of course, you need a decent collection of resources, but you also need to support students to discover it, explore it and use it to meet their interests and research needs. Now, imagine a student came into your library and asked if you had