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A g r e e m e n t s u p p l e m e n t s 319 limitAtions oF tAgging mAp loCAtion G, 2 threAD loCAtion Page 51 sCApe Annotations Limitations of Tagging demonstrate Contributor Elizabeth Gall relAteD ArtiFACts Mendes, L. H., Quinonez-Skinner, J., & Skaggs, D. (2009). Subjecting the catalog to tagging. Library Hi Tech, 27(1), 30–41. DOI: 10.1108/07378830910942892. Furner, J. (2008). User tagging of library resources: Toward a framework for system evaluation. International Cataloguing and Bibliographic Control, 37(3), 47–51. Sanders, D. (2008). Tag—You’re it! American Libraries, 39(11), 52–54. Rethlefsen, M. L. (2007a). Chief thingamabrarian. Library Journal (1976), 132(1), 40–42. Rethlefsen, M. L. (2007b). Tags help make libraries Library Journal (1976), 132(15), 26–28. Figure 172 ...


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