Structured Query Language, or SQL (sometimes pronounced "sequel"), is a powerful language used to query and manipulate data held in relational databases. Many librarians go through mediated queries, such as conducting a search via a library catalogue, to find needed information.
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From MARC bibliographic, and classification and categorization schemas, to basic copy cataloging, and other areas essential to the cataloging department, this course offers an in-depth training in cataloging and classification.
This introduction to the key concepts and tools in reference and information services helps library staff become comfortable in the application of core reference principles and the use of print and electronic resources.