A rethinking of the National Library’s roles in bibliographic control in the ICT age, with special reference to the Region of Southeast Asia

Sulistyo-Basuki, L. A rethinking of the National Library’s roles in bibliographic control in the ICT age, with special reference to the Region of Southeast Asia., 2005 . In International Seminar on the Role of National Bibliography in the Knowledge Based Society, Bangkok (Thailand), 6 - 8 June 2005. (In Press) [Conference paper]


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Historically and traditionally, bibliographical control conducted by national libraries in Southeast Asia regions as dictated by various deposit acts are limited to the printed materials. Later on it was expanded into audiovisual materials such as microfilms and cartographic materials, the results are published in national bibliography, albeit most of the contents covered are printed materials, very few audiovisual materials and hardly no electronic records. With the coming age of ICT, especially the Internet, almost every body could published electronically at the Websites any materials in any topics, including the topics related to SEA countries. Alas these electronic documents are not covered by national bibliographies, hence it is suggested that the national bibliography should covered websites-based-electronic records as long as its related to each country. Also it is suggested that it is time to storage digitally national folklores, folksongs, important speeches, famous poetry, quotations etc in the national library’s database as part of cultural heritage as those materials are not always covered by other institutions such as archives and museums . These tasks conducted by national libraries should be supported by national legislation, selectivity-based, stored electronically and permanently in the national library’ database and become a part of special collection known as bibliographica or bibliografia for examples Bibliographica Siam, Bibliografica Indonesiana etc.

Item type: Conference paper
Keywords: National libraries, bibliographic control, internet, Southeast Asia, electronic records, digital collections
Subjects: D. Libraries as physical collections. > DB. National libraries.
Depositing user: Imam Budi Prasetiawan
Date deposited: 09 Jan 2006
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:02
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/7033


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