Library Science MCQs: Knowledge & Disaster Management (Quiz-5)

LIS MCQs for knowledge and disaster management. Here you will find the Library Science MCQs about Knowledge & Disaster Management Quiz-5. If you are a student of Library and Information Management Sciences (LIMS) then you must understand knowledge management. Disaster Management is also very useful in case of some disaster happens in the Library. So, MCQs about Library Knowledge and Disaster Management are very beneficial in the field of Library Science.

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LIS MCQs about Library Knowledge and Disaster Management

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201. The publication Distribution Area of the main entry in AACR-11 does not cover which one of the following.
A. Pages
B. Place of publication
C. Name of publisher
D. Year of publication
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202. If the name of the author is assumed by himself to conceal his identity what it will be called?
A. Personal Name
B. Pseudonym
C. Antonym
D. Alternative name
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203. The ERIC database, the largest information source in the world is concerned with which subject?
A. Social development
B. Economic development
C. Educational development
D. Human resource development
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204. According to AACR- 2 the heading of the main entry for an encyclopedia is prepared under which · of the following?
A. Name of editor
B. Name of publisher
C. Title
D. Place of publication
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205. When the title page of the book contains the names of 4 authors and the third name is printed in bold letters, the heading of the main entry will be rendered according to AACR-2 under?
A. The first author
B. The second author
C. The third author
D. The title
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206. Description About the book such as title, author, publisher, pages, etc are called?
A. In print
B. Collation
C. Annotation
D. Bibliographic data
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207. What is called that, structure which is designed specifically to transfer machine-readable bibliographic data between systems?
A. Format
B. Exchange-format
C. Record format
D. Format record
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208. What is called the collection of information which pertains to a single document?
A. Bibliographic data
B. Bibliographic record
C. Bibliographic set
D. Bibliographic description
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209. What is called the collection of information of a document which is stored in a machine-readable form?
A. Machine-readable record
B. Machine-readable bibliographical record
C. Machine bibliographical record
D. None of these
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210. How machine-readable bibliographic records are arranged?
A. According to a particular format
B. According to a rule
C. According to a canon of cataloguing
D. According to the need
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211. What is the use of bibliographic record formats?
A. To describe the structure
B. To describe the arrangement of bibliographical data
C. To describe the structure of computer-readable record of bibliographical data
D. To denote the structure of the bibliographic record of the data
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212. What are two types of bibliographic record formats?
A. Internal and External
B. Local and National
C. Exchange and Mixed
D. Internal and Exchange
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213. Why internal formats are called Internal?
A. Because they are internal to a software system
B. Because they are internally designed
C. Because they are designed for internal us
D. Because they are locally used
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214. Internal formats are also known as:
A. Local
B. National
C. Exchange
D. Interchange
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215. Exchange formats are also known as:
A. Interchange
B. Changeable
C. Change
D. Not change
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216. Why exchange formats are called interchange formats?
A. As they are used for the exchange of records
B. As they are used in systems
C. As they are used for the exchange of records between the systems
D. As they are called exchange formats
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217. What are the three basic components of exchange formats?
A. A defined physical structure, field, and sub-filed
B. A defined physical structure, field, and content designators
C. A defined physical structure, content designators, and descriptors
D. A defined physical structure, content designators, and rules
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218. Which conference set up the standard for the heading of author and title records m catalogues and bibliographies?
A. ICCP
B. ISBD
C. IFLA
D. FID
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219. What is the full form of ICCP?
A. International Conference on Cataloguing Principles
B. International Council of Cataloguing Practice
C. Iran Council of Cataloguing Practice
D. International Council of Cataloguing Principles
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220. When and where ICCP was held?
A. In 1961 London
B. In 1961 Paris
C. In 1968 New York
D. None of these
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221. When IFLA convene an international meeting of experts in Copenhagen?
A. 1961
B. 1965
C. 1969
D. 1970
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222. Which one is an international standard format for bibliographic information exchange on magnetic tape?
A. MARC
B. CCF
C. IS0-2709
D. 150-7232
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223. The Structure of the IS0-2709 format consists of the following elements?
A. Record label
B. Directory
C. Data fields & record separator
D. All of these
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224. Which element is the final character of each record in IS0-2709 format?
A. Record level
B. Directory
C. Dictionary
D. Record separator
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225. All current formats originated from which format?
A. ISQ-2709
B. CCF
C. MARC
D. UNIMARC
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226. Which organization developed the MARC format in 1966?
A. British Library
B. Library of Congress
C. UNESCO
D. Library Association
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227. When MARC-I format was commenced as a pilot project?
A. 1966
B. 1967
C. 1968
D. 1969
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228. When MARC-II was developed?
A. 1966
B. 1967
C. 1968
D. 1969
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229. What are the qualities of the MARC-II format?
A. It was hospitable to all kinds of library materials
B. Sufficiently flexible for a variety of applications
C. Was usable in a range of different computer systems
D. All of these
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230. What were the two versions of the MARC format?
A. LC MARC-II and LC MARC-I
B. LC MARC-II and BNB MARC-II
C. LC MARC and BNB MARC
D. None of these
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231. The physical structure of all US MARC formats was similar to the structure of which record format?
A. UNIMARC
B. CCF
C. UK MARC
D. BNBMARC
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232. UK MARC format is a:
A. Single unitary format
B. Designed to accommodate all types of materials
C. Also with some material from specific fields
D. All of the above
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233. What is the number of characters of fixed field of Record Label of UK MARC format?
A. 20
B. 22
C. 24
D. 26
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234. What was the name of SUPER MARC recommended by the IFLA Working Group in 1973?
A. US MARC
B. UK MARC
C. BNB MARC
D. UNIMARC
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235. What is called the international information format for exchanging information of cataloguing?
A. MARC
B. UNIMARK
C. ISBD
D. CCF
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236. Which of the following standards is reorganized internationally to give bibliographic information of the documents regarding cataloguing?
A. ISBN
B. ISDS
C. ISSM
D. ISBD
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237. What is the full form of ISBD?
A. Iran system for Bibliographic Description
B. Indian Standard for Books and other Documents
C. Iran Standard for Bibliographical Details
D. International Standard for Bibliographical Description
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238. Which organization is mainly responsible· m propounding and developing International Standard Bibliographic Description (ISBD)?
A. FID
B. IFLA
C. UNESCO
D. ICSU
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239. What was the name of the first bibliographic standard developed in 1974 for a description of monographs?
A. ISBD
B. ISBD (G)
C. ISBD (M)
D. ISBD (AV)
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240. What does ISBD (M) stand for?
A. International Standard Bibliographic Description
B. International School of Bibliographical Dimension (Monographs)
C. International Standard Bibliographic Description (Monographs)
D. International Standard Bibliographic Data-element
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241. Which cataloguing code first used ISBD?
A. ALA
B. AACR-I
C. AACR-2
D. CCC
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242. When was the first edition of ISBD published?
A. 1970
B. 1973
C. 1974
D. 1980
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243. What is the meaning of AV m ISBD (AV)?
A. Aviation
B. Audio-visual material
C. Advanced values
D. Average
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244. What is the relationship between ISBD and cataloguing codes?
A. They are not related at all
B. Cataloguing codes will include a bibliographic description
C. ISBD includes cataloguing rules
D. ISBD can replace cataloguing codes
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245. What is the full name of CCF?
A. Common Communication Forma
B. Classified Catalogue Format
C. Compulsory Communication Force
D. Common Catalogue Format
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246. How many parts are there in each format of CCF?
A. Three parts
B. Four parts
C. Five parts
D. Six parts
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247. The structure of CCF is based on:
A. ISO 2709
B. ISO 99
C. ISO 2000
D. None of the above
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248. IS0-2709 exchange format specifies which of the following:
A. A three-part record structure
B. The tags to be used
C. The size of the magnetic tape
D. The cataloging code to be followed
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249. How many subject indexing models have been designed up to now?
A. Two
B. Three
C. Four
D. Five
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250. What are various kinds of subject indexing models?
A. Authority lists based
B. Pre and Post coordinate
C. Keyword based
D. All of these
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