Scope and use of ccf, Humanities

Scope and Use of CCF 

Following are the scope and use of CCF:   

  1. To permit the exchange of records between groups of information agencies, including libraries, abstracting and indexing services, referral systems and other kinds of information agencies. 
  2. To permit the use of a single set of computer programs to manipulate records received from various informations agencies regardless of their internal record-creation practices. 
  3. To serve as the basis of format for an agency's own bibliographic or factual database, by providing a list of useful data elements. To assist the development of individual systems, Unesco has published 'Implementation Notes' for users of the Common Communication Formats (CCF).  
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