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Thursday, July 9, 2015

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Magazine
A type of periodical containing popular articles which are usually shorter or less authoritative than journalarticles on the same subject.
Magazine collection
A set of microfilm cartridges providing full text coverage of over 300 popular magazines from 1980 to the present.
Manual
A book of rules or guidelines; a handbook.
Manuscript
A handwritten or typed composition, rather than printed.Includes groups of personal papers which have some unifying characteristic and individual documents which have some special importance.
MARC (Machine-readable Cataloging)
An international standard format for the arrangement of cataloging information so that it can be stored and retrieved using computer tapes.
Media
Films, tapes, and other audio-visual materials that require the use of special listening or viewing equipment.
Media center
The Media Center, located on the lower level of the Undergraduate Library, offers materials in non-print formats from slides to video-discs to audiotapes. Viewing facilities provided all hours the library is open.
Micro card
A trade name for a 3 x 5 inch sheet of opaque material bearing one or more microimages.
Microfiche
A format; photographically reduced images reproduced on a small 4 x 6 sheets of film. Often used to provide backup for periodicals with missing pages.
Microfilm
A format; photographically reduced images of printed pages on 35mm film. This format also provides backup for periodicals with missing pages. Older issues of newspapers are often microfilmed because newsprint deteriorates so rapidly.
Microform
Formats for storing photographically reduced images onto plastic film. Microfiche and microfilm are two types of microforms. A microform reader/printer is required to read or copy microforms.
Monograph
A book. A separate treatise on a single subject or class of subjects, or on one person, usually detailed in treatment but not extensive in scope and often containing bibliographies.
Monographic series
A monographic series is a set of books that have a number of volumes with a definite end. An encyclopedia is a good example.
Monographic set

So called because unlike a periodical, the monographic set has a finite number of volumes. Example would be an encyclopedia.


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