Electronic catalog (http://chamo.lib.tsu.ru)
Since 1997, the electronic catalog was compiled based on the Integrated Automation Library System VTLS–Virtua -CHAMO.
The electronic catalog contains bibliographic records for all types of documents, including articles, periodical publications, which were published in Russian and other languages. The search can be based on any characteristic known to the user – author, title, subject (key word), etc., and with the possibility combining them by Boolean operators. Many of bibliographic records have hyperlinks to full texts of publications. Additional facilities (user account, request, opinions for publication, etc.) are available to authorized users.
Alphabetical catalogs – graphic copies of scanned catalog cards (http://catalog.lib.tsu.ru/gallery)
Card catalogs are situated on the first floor of the New Building in the zone of official use, and they are available for readers.
Beta–version of scanned catalogs http://slic.tsu.ru
Service alphabetical catalog of non-periodical documents (books)
The service alphabetical catalog was compiled from 1885 until 2013. It includes documents in the Russian language and languages of the former USSR – monographs, collected books, proceedings of conferences, students’ books, dissertations, abstracts of dissertations, and albums.
Bibliographic records are placed alphabetically by authors’ surnames and names of institutions/organizations. Records in foreign languages that use the Cyrillic alphabet are represented in the same alphabetical list.
Public alphabetical catalog of non-periodical documents (books)
The public alphabetical catalog was compiled from 1951 until 2007 inclusively. During the years of its existence the catalog has duplicated its information.
Only the electronic version is available.
Alphabetical catalog of foreign non-periodical documents (books)
This catalog was compiled from 1939 to 2013. It includes bibliographic records of books in foreign languages. Cards are alphabetically for the Latin alphabet.
Alphabetical catalog of indigenous non-periodical and continuing documents
The catalog has been compiled from 1939 until 2000. It includes journals and continuing editions of Proceedings, Scholarly Notes, Bulletins, etc. in the Russian language, specifying years, numbers/issues, available in the Library stock.
Alphabetical catalog of foreign periodical and continuing documents
This catalog was compiled from 1939 to 2000. It includes bibliographical records of journals, proceedings, scholarly notes, bulletins etc. in foreign languages that use the Latin alphabet.
Alphabetical catalog of newspapers
Consists of two parts:
- in the Russian language. Compiled from 1973 until 2000, it includes newspapers in the Russian language and languages of the former USSR specifying years, number/issues, available in the library stock. Bibliographic records are placed alphabetically by headings, similarly named records are in the alphabetical order of their places of publication.
- in foreign languages. Used from 1972 until 1990, it includes bibliographic records of newspapers in foreign languages with Cyrillic and Latin alphabets.
Alphabetical catalog of maps
The alphabetical catalog of maps was used from 1936 until 2006. It includes cartographic editions - maps, atlases, plans in Russian and in other languages.
Alphabetical catalog of music notes
Used from 1929 until 2006, it includes printed music editions - operas, operettas, vocals (solos, duets, triciniums, choruses), for stringed, wind and percussion instruments, orchestras, as well as scientific – theoretical works.
Notebook catalog of indigenous periodical documents
Used from 1904 until 1932, it includes documents in the Russian language and in languages of peoples of the Russian Empire and the USSR. Bibliographic records are arranged alphabetically by the authors’ surnames, names of institutions and organizations, using the Russian alphabet.
Notebook catalogs of non-periodical and periodical documents in foreign languages
Used from 1904 until 1932, this includes books and periodical editions in languages other than Russian.
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Beta-version of scanned catalogs http://slic.tsu.ru