The Serials Records, which were located on the second floor, have been moved to the basement of the Main Stacks.
Articles (a, an, the) at the beginning of a sentence are ignored in filing the cards.
The other is by department, then year, then by author.
Note that beginning in 1967, bachelor’s honors theses were separated out and put at the end of each year under the heading “microfiche.” The University of Illinois main entry cards include cards for publications about the University, as well as publications issued by university bodies.
Identical words are filed in Author-Subject-Title order: The University Library’s card catalog historically consisted of two main components: a “Shelf List” (a listing of all cataloged items in call number order) and a “General Catalog” (an alphabetical file of authors, subjects, and titles) for material acquired by the University Library before 1978.
In November 2012, the General Catalog was removed and recycled. Starting in 1969, all cards in the General Catalog were microfilmed.
Welcome to the Technical Services Web Resources Page serving the technical services units of York University Libraries at York University, Toronto, Ontario.
Here you will find links to local tools such as procedures, departmental manuals as well as to a variety of working tools to support the technical services functions for the Libraries.
That microfilm, with supplements through 1977, is stored in the Oak Street Remote Storage Facility (call number FILM 019.1 Un31c).
In some universities that are yet to implement ETD, processing paper manuscripts eats into a significant portion of academic resources.