National Library of Uzbekistan named after Alisher Navoi
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The National Library continues work on the completion of electronic database of information resources and assignment of ISBN and ISSN numbers to local publications
From 13 to 17 January service cataloging and classification was 120 copies of new editions.
Was made of the technical and scientific processing, and made bibliographic description of 120 abstracts (policy - 40 copies; medicine - 21 copies; pedagogy and culture - 6 copies; art - 4 copies; technology - 19 copies; natural science - 17 copies; linguistics - 3 copies; sports - 2 copies; agriculture - 8 copies) which were transferred to the storage service books and the periodicals for further use by readers.
In order to enhance the effective use of the readers of the library's resources received 53 printed publications have been translated from the paper type in the full-text electronic form.
A full-text document for bibliographic records 279 names has join.
Service cataloging and classification systematized on BBK (Library bibliographic classification) and gave bibliographic description 51 printed publications prepared for publication in Uzbekistan.
Total program AILS today introduced 497650 electronic records.
At present Division of National Bibliographic Databases Formation replenishes the AILS electronic database with materials of Uzbekistan studies.
As of January 13-17, 2014 the electronic catalog was replenished with 91 bibliographic records of newspapers articles, 10 records of journals articles, in total 464 bibliographic records and 615 bibliographic records were edited. 

Regarding issuing of International Standard Book Number (ISBN) for local publications, the National Library issued 95 ISBN numbers (books for adults 67, books for children – 28). 23 contracts for 66 titles of literature for adults and 23 for children were composed.

And regarding issuing of International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) for local publications. The Library made of 6 contracts for periodicals for 2014.  


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