MAchine Readable Cataloging record. The format used by the majority of catalog systems.
Library of Congress Network Development and MARC Standards Office. Includes: general information, MARC documentation, MARC Advisory Committee, MARC SGML, records and systems, and software and utilities.
Bibliographic Formats and Standards
An exhaustive guide to the MARC standard from OCLC.
MARC 21 Standards
Serves as the common standard for the exchange of machine-readable authority, bibliographic, classification, and holdings data in Canada. Includes news and announcements, CAN/MARC documentation, MARC Records Distribution Service (MRDS).
MARC Specialized Tools
Provides links to MARC vendors who market specialized tools that provide enhanced usability to MARC 21 records and systems. Includes both commercial and free tools.
MARC.pm : Machine Readable Cataloging Perl Module
A free Perl module for processing MARC records.
Free windows based MARC editing tool, that provides methods for converting MARC to text, Text to MARC, MARC to XML and MARC to Dublin Core.
Stanford University's Lane Medical Library details its experiment in using XML instead of MARC to organize its catalog data.
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