I am now the steward of a collection of a few hundred books left behind by a deceased relative. I'd like to create a catalog of these books. What is the best and simplest app for that? (I don't mind paying a few bucks. iOS is preferred.) [more inside]
I am helping manage a church library and would like to update the catalog software. I am looking for these features. This is more for inventory purposes than keeping track of circulation. I don't mind programs that take a little bit of work to install. Requirements *Under $100 (free or cheaper is better) *ability to scan UPCs using CueCat or phone *must work with DVDs/videotapes Nice to Have: Export to web Scanning with iPhone or android phone ability to make bar codes for items not in an online database
Where can I find a good introduction to best practices for cataloging a newly fledged popular culture document archive? [more inside]
I've been put in charge of a small catalog of games, books and other knick knacks. I need a way to catalog, store and manage the checkout of these items. Suggestions? [more inside]
16 years ago, a Congressional Task Force was set up to study a major policy issue. Six months later, its report led to far-reaching legislative changes. Despite extensive news coverage from creation to completion, the report itself is virtually inaccessible. [more inside]
Please help me to figure out if any library catalog entries were lost during a file transfer from an old to a newer computer.
Please help me to figure out if any library catalog entries were lost during a file transfer from an old to a newer computer. [more inside]
I'm looking for good Mac-based database software for organizing several hundred gigs of photos for a small art production / fabrication team. [more inside]
I have about a thousand books and a burning desire to reorganize them. [more inside]
Hey Librarians! Why is there a trailing zero on this Dewey number? [more inside]
In order to continue putting off packing for an upcoming move, I am looking for software for cataloging home libraries. [more inside]
How do I nicely organize my library of 80 gigs of MP3s? [more inside]
I need to catalogue my non-profit's library of books and videos. We want it to be accessible for students and faculty to easily see what we own and what is currently available for borrowing. I have been looking at LibraryThing, and am pretty impressed, but I can't see a way to incorporate our films, to give each item an id number, or to mark what is currently borrowed or available. Are there ways for me to do this, or would another site/software be better?