Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowtech Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowtech Using Microsoft Excel to catalog books gives you a document that you can then easily browse through in the future. Use Microsoft Excel to catalog books with help from a professional programmer, designer, and developer in this free video clip. Expert: Geoph Essex Filmmaker: Victor Varnado Series Description: Microsoft Office is a productivity suite that comes with many valuable programs like Office and Excel. Get tips on getting the most out of Microsoft Office with help from a professional programmer, designer, and developer in this free video series.
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A video by BiblioTech Libraries on how to catalog a book in 2 minutes using Koha's copy cataloging module. Visit www.bibliotechzw.com for more tutorials and information. Italian Afternoon by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/
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Organize that precious book collection! Learn tips for cataloging your book collection in this free book collecting video from a longtime bookstore buyer. Expert: Erik Bosee Contact: www.aldredgebooks.com Bio: Erik Bosse and his family have operated the Aldredge Bookstore in Dallas, Texas for most of its sixty year existence. Erik has bought, sold, and appraised antiquarian books for over 25 years. Filmmaker: Erik Bosse
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Thanks for watching! I will be doing an updated updated bookshelf tour when i get back from Scotland (late June or early July) so stay tuned! Get Audible now: audibletrial.com/abookutopia Business contact: [email protected] Book Depository: http://www.bookdepository.com/?a_aid=abookutopia Merch: www.society6.com/abookutopia PO Box address (NOT MY HOME ADDRESS): Sasha Alsberg PMB 114 825 Waukegan Rd. A8 Lake Forest, IL Website: www.abookutopia.com Instagram: @sashaalsberg, @outlanderlassie & @theshadowhunters Twitter: @sashaalsberg KIK: @theshadowhunters Tumblr: http://theshadowhunt.tumblr.com
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in which oh my god i am so bad at camera angles and i talk about organizing my books! TBR video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JC3Bw_HO69Q follow me! https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/5708487-taylor-edwards look at me! https://www.instagram.com/spinning.rims
Views: 10093 T. Reads
Here is the list of genres and sub-genres that I used to decide which tabs I would have: http://www.theguardian.com/books/list/booksgenres (I can list the genres I chose if anyone wants that information) My catalog cards include: Title Author publisher/year pages/ format (type of book) description category date read (month/year)
Views: 4708 Wallace Yovetich
A basic look at how I catalog my collection. Hopefully this helps someone looking for a different way to catalog a collection.
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Maintaining a classroom library is a wonderful way to encourage students to read. A great way to keep track of your books is with library cards. The library catalog cards from Top Notch Teacher Products will keep you on top of which student has checked out which book. Of course, traditional libraries can also use these cards to keep up with loaned books. These traditional looking cards, that come in packs of 50, provide headings to record the book's author, title, date due, and borrower's name. The headings on the 3" x 5" cards are printed on both sides for your convenience. Staying organized can be tough with a teacher's busy schedule, the book catalog cards will save you time and allow students to easily check out books. The more students have easy access to books, the more they will read. The headings of the cards can be used to teach students about a variety of books and authors. Older students might be enlisted to create the cards for your library as they read the books. It is also a good way to teach kids in the digital age about the way we used to check out books from a library. Specifications: 50 cards in a pack Dimensions: 3" x 5" cards Headings include: author, title, date due, and borrower's name See all of our Library Cards and Teacher Resources for more teacher supplies like this one. Visit our teaching supplies publisher and manufacturer departments to see more products we carry from Top Notch Teacher Products.
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Nerd alert! In this video, I show you how I used an Excel spreadsheet to catalogue and sort my vinyl record collection. More information below. I use the following categories in my spreadsheet: Artist, Title, Year, Genre, Country, Condition, Price Paid, Catalogue #, Label and Notes SUBSCRIBE... IT'S FREE and FUN! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=MrNoNeedForAName OFFICIAL MERCH STORE: http://channel33rpm.bigcartel.com TWITTER: https://twitter.com/Channel33RPM ====================================================== ABOUT Channel33rpm: The YouTube channel all about #vinyl, gear and more. Posting schedule: SUNDAYS: This is the main show for record collectors, including how-to videos, tips, new gear, lists and more. FRIDAY NIGHT VINYL: Grab a beverage and lets talk music. This show is all about recent vinyl pickups and special guests ABOUT ME: The first album I ever bought was Quiet Riot's Metal Health, I still love hard rock and metal, I never have a guitar too far away, and I like special effects (BOOM)! My goal is to inspire you to grow your music collection, improve your listening experience, discover new music and support artists (and have fun while doing it). ===================================================== MUSIC CREDITS: Pentagram by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ Rocker Chicks by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ ====================================================== Hey! Since you made it this far why not CLICK THAT THUMBS UP button and leave a friendly comment below? Videos shot live on location in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada #KeepOnSpinning Frank
Views: 19238 Channel 33 RPM
This is an introduction video on how to catalog using Destiny in the Grand Erie District School Board. Please note that this video is specific to elementary panel, Secondary panel does this differently please consult your library Technician. Also, from school to school there are variations. Consult the Teacher Librarian from a previous year and examine your shelves for spine tab genres.
Views: 1111 Cynthia Gozzard
MLS graduate student, Elizabeth Thomann, helped catalog her school's 250 library books thanks to Librarything. Instead of spending hundreds of dollars on professional cataloging software, she spent $25 and a few hours entering her school's book collection into Librarything, then used Librarything's catalog as a means of organizing the disorganized books on shelves. This is a great tip if you have a relatively small library that needs cheap and quick cataloging. Students can then simply log into Librarything to search for books in your collection as well.
Views: 3649 Kevin Lim
In this tutorial, you'll learn why you should use books for your research, how to search for books on a topic, and how to access print and eBooks via the Saint Louis University Libraries.
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The LibraryThing App is a super fast way to catalog your books, music, and movies! Here's what you can currently do in the LibraryThing App: - Browse and search your library. - Add books by scanning barcodes. Scanning to add is VERY FAST! - Add books by searching. - Browse and upload covers, using your mobile device's camera. - Do minor editing, such as changing collections and ratings. Major editing sends you to LibraryThing. Download the app (and get a free lifetime membership to LibraryThing) today: iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/librarything/id948824489?mt=8 Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.librarything.librarything&hl=en
Views: 4086 LibraryThing
SO I TRIED. This was so hard to fit in four minutes... and i realize it's probably hard to understand if you have like zero knowledge of cataloging. But its a taste of what I do! (but also i chose a really easy book as well because #time) // MY LINKS // https://twitter.com/YlimeReads http://likefreedominspring.tumblr.com/ https://www.instagram.com/ylime412/
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I demo 6 of the most popular methods of organizing your game collection and show you the Pros & Cons of each. Get a Free Trial to Collectorz.com HERE & help support the Channel: http://www.pjatr.com/t/RkFGR0dETUFFRklHS0VBSElFSkg Please use the links below to get deals & help support Metal Jesus Rocks! Shop Amazon US * http://goo.gl/NNbc9M Buy old DOS games at GOG.com * http://goo.gl/Ezudc7 Collectorz Game Cataloging * http://goo.gl/i9ZZPA Donate if you enjoy my videos * http://goo.gl/CwivHm MetalJesus T-shirts & stickers * http://metaljesusrocks.redbubble.com Contact me: Twitter: @MetalJesusRocks Facebook: MetalJesusRocks Site: http://www.MetalJesusRocks.com
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The Library Catalogue is our students tool for finding specific items in the collections of our University Libraries. This tutorial demonstrates this system.
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A how to guide for record collectors who are using Discogs for the first time
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Quickly scan all your library with the most reliable barcode reader on the App Store. The titles and covers are automatically filled in. (link: https://itunes.apple.com/app/barcode-library-scan-catalog/id573542953?mt=8) You can export data to DropBox or by email (more options coming up!). Create and organize categories, record notes and to whom you have lent an item. Barcode Library is optimized for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
Views: 7995 VisionSmarts
How to catalog your own library books using Awesome Table, Google Spreadsheets, and Google Sites, how to add borrower info and due dates. Link to Awesome Table Documentation - Creating Filters: https://sites.google.com/site/scriptsexamples/available-web-apps/awesome-tables/documentation/basic-configuration/available-filters
Views: 2091 Seth Allen
Adding a title and creating barcode labels for books
Views: 8338 Joanne Koukoulas
In this #ShelfMastery video I take inventory of my books and catalog my library in an effort to discover how many books I own and how many are still unread. I invite you to do the same. View the books in my library here: http://bit.ly/LibriLabrasLibrary Catalog your own library with my custom Google Sheets file: http://bit.ly/CatalogYourLibrary (Go to File then Make A Copy) Help me say Thank You to my husband John by Subscribing to: http://bit.ly/BookTubeHubby Music by: Casey LaLonde - For Lorilyn https://soundcloud.com/cc-wolf/casey-lalonde-for-lorilyn ♥ Use my affiliate link to get two free books from Audible: https://amzn.to/2xdnkRm ♥ Join my Goodreads book club group at: http://bit.ly/LibriLabraGR ♥ To find out how you can unlock exclusive Libri Labra content and monthly giveaway, visit: http://patreon.com/librilabra ♥ Follow Desirai! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Twitter: http://twitter.com/librilabra Instagram: http://instagram.com/librilabra Facebook: http://facebook.com/librilabra GoodReads: http://goodreads.com/desirai GoRead: https://www.goread.com/me/desirai Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/desirai/ Snapchat: SickNdehed Litsy: @Desirai Reco: @Desirai Wishlist: http://a.co/2Xdqjgc
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Introduction to how to describe a book in library cataloging Table of Contents: 00:00 - Brain Surgery or Rocket Science 00:52 - How to Catalog a Book: Ingredients List 01:35 - Technical reading 02:57 - Transcription 1 03:09 - Transcription 2: What just happened? 04:53 - Transcription: review 05:00 - Physical description 1 05:10 - Physical description 2 06:12 - Physical description: review 06:16 - Annotation 1 06:33 - Annotation 2 07:23 - Annotation: review 07:26 - Syntax 07:57 - Now let’s start all over in RDA (W-E-M-I) 08:33 - RDA Core Entities and Attributes 08:48 - Record attributes of the manifestation 09:58 - Record attributes of the carrier 10:31 - Record attributes of the expression and the work 11:25 - MARC 21 Formatting: AACR2 13:44 - MARC 21 Formatting: AACR2 13:49 - MARC 21 Formatting: RDA
Views: 15 Richard Smiraglia
I'm cataloging my comics using ComicBase Express 15. Created on October 30, 2011 using FlipShare.
Views: 1462 Brady Dale
In this video, you will learn how to find books using The New School Libraries and Archives' catalog.
Views: 115 The New School