Objectives of centralised cataloguing, Humanities

Objectives 

The objectives of centralised cataloguing are to:

  1. avoid duplication of work; 
  2. achieve uniform and standard cataloguing practices; 
  3. minimize the cost of cataloguing; and 
  4. help member libraries provide better and more effective library services.  
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