عنوان مقاله [English]
Purpose: Comparing the homogeneity/heterogeneity rate of information elements of electronic and print FIPA in books published for children in National Library and Archives of I.R of IRAN
Methodology: expressive software agents bibliographic records of children and adolescent's books in the National Library since 1387 to 1392 with data elements CIP published in children and adolescents books were compared in comparative survey method. The checklist was used to collect the data.
Findings: The most homogenous title information element (title) with % 97/8 , in publishing the information element was 97% in the place of publication, 96% in part of the physical description and note and the ISBN, 94/6 percent in the analytical part of DDC numbers, and 73/8 percent in the heading section (name of person).
Conclusion: The standardization of data elements of electronic CIP and published CIP of children's books is fairly in good condition. Iran's National Library will be attentive to cataloging children books. Also in Children Cataloging group, the more effective use of subject specialists needs more attention paid to the issue of targeted and continuous training in this area.
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