This book surveys the various methods and problems of organizing nonprint materials and describes the use of microcomputers both for storing nonprint items and keeping track of them. It is useful for library school instructors and administrators, media center specialists, information scientists etc.
Part One 1. Nonbook, Nonprint, Materials 2. Defining the Library and its Patrons 3. Material Cataloged by Content 4. Material Cataloged by 5. Procedural Manual