CCFr and collection referencing
CCFr is both a location tool and a cooperation tool, managed by BnF and populated by BnF and its partners.As a cooperation tool, it is used by libraries and other documentation institutions to reference collections and network catalogs. It acts as a directory of organizations, a location tool, and a document access intermediary. It is used to pool library holdings.
The National Directory of Libraries and Documentary Collections (Répertoire national des bibliothèques et des fonds documentaires/RNBFD)Almost 4,800 French libraries are listed in the National Directory of Libraries and Documentary Collections, including the following::
This national repository provides links to libraries’ descriptive records, which provide regularly updated practical and scientific information (addresses, opening hours, access conditions, web addresses for catalogs and/or libraries, available services, descriptions of collections, etc.).
More than 1,760 collections based around donors, topics, etc. are also described in detail in conjunction with the libraries that hold them: access and reproduction terms, period covered, subject, language, document types, catalogs and inventories, bibliographical references, potential exhibitions, etc.
In addition, there is currently a specific active field to specify and search online catalogs, as well as a specific field indicating whether an institution belongs to one or more networks (such as CADIST and the agreed partner networks).
Wednesday, October 28, 2015
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Présentation générale du Catalogue collectif de France [fichier .pdf – 939 Ko – 20/02/13 – 2 p.]
Le Répertoire national des bibliothèques et fonds documentaires du Catalogue collectif de France [fichier .pdf – 418 Ko – 20/02/13 – 2 p.]