This book, first published in 1985, examines the professional librarians’ needs for cataloging computer software. Examples of software labels, title screens, and catalog cards are used to illustrate how to catalog microcomputer software according to the 1974 Guidelines to Chapter 9 of the Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, 2nd edition. The samples include educational programs, educational games, and business and public disks and cassettes.
1. Educational Software: Elementary and Secondary Level 2. Educational Software: College Level 3. Educational Game Software 4. Business-Oriented Software 5. Methods to Simplify MRDF Cataloging 6. The Future 7. Selected Sources 8. Machine Readable Data Files (Computer Software)