Anticipating the Use of Hebrew Script in the LC/NACO Authority File
The North American library community is looking at ways to enhance authority records with nonroman scripts. The Library of Congress Name Authority Cooperative Program (NACO) Authority File (LC/NAF) is limited to Latin script. This paper looks ahead to the use of other scripts in LC/NAF. The author examines the options for using Hebrew script in MARC 21 authority records, and considers the prospects for cooperative authority work between American
and Israeli libraries.
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|Lerner, Heidi G.
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- Lerner, Heidi. "Anticipating the use of Hebrew script in the LC/NACO authority file." Library resources & technical services 50.4 (2006): 252.
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