Cataloging & Classification Quarterly
Cataloging & Classification Quarterly is a peer-reviewed, scholarly journal that publishes articles about library cataloging, classification, metadata, indexing, information retrieval, information management, and other topics related to library cataloging. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly is notable for being the only academic journal devoted to library cataloging. Despite its name, the journal is now published eight times a year, but occasionally some issues are combined. Thematic issues are interspersed with general issues.
|Edited by||Sandra K. Roe|
|Frequency||8 issues per year|
|Cataloging Classif. Q.|
Cataloging & Classification Quarterly (CCQ) began publishing in 1980. Previous editors have been C. Donald Cook (founding editor; volumes 1-2, 1980-1982), George E. Gibbs (volumes 3-5, 1983-1985), and Ruth C. Carter (volumes 6-41, 1985-2006). The editor-in-chief since volume 42 has been Sandra K. Roe. The journal was published by Haworth Press until 2007 when the company was acquired by Taylor and Francis, the current publisher.
- Roe, Sandra K.; Culbertson, Rebecca; Jizba, Laurel (2007). "Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 1990–2006". Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. 44 (1-2): 39–52. doi:10.1300/J104v44n01_04. Retrieved 18 January 2017.
- Rogers, Michael (12 September 2007). "Taylor & Francis Buys Haworth Press". Library Journal. Library Journal. Retrieved 18 January 2017.