Asia Pacific

NOV 9

Cataloging Efficiencies that Make a Difference

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Betsy Wilson, Dean of University of Washington Libraries, welcomed 90 participants at both her library and those participating via video simulcast at Chemeketa Community College in Salem, OR.   Rick Newell, Senior Training Coordinator, OCLC provided the latest OCLC tips and tricks for cataloging efficiently. A panel discussion, moderated by Steven Shadle, Serials Access Librarian, University of Washington Libraries, followed. Member panelists included:   Joe Kiegel, Head, Monographic Services, University of Washington Libraries; Felicia Uhden, Manager, Technical Services, The Seattle Public Library; Peggy Firman, Associate Director for Resource Management Services, University of Puget Sound. Resources from this event:

  • Cataloging Effectively and Efficiently [ PDF, 50 slides]

    Rick Newell Senior Training Coordinator, OCLC
  • High-Value Tasks for Cataloging Effectiveness [ Streaming video, 11 minutes] [ PDF, 17 slides]

    Joe Kiegel, University of Washington
  • Not your father's OPAC [ Streaming video, 17 minutes] [ PDF, 30 slides]

    Felicia Uhden, Manager, Technical Services, The Seattle Public Library
  • Bib Notification and World Cataloging Partners [ Streaming video, 18 minutes] [ PDF, 14 slides]

    Peggy Firman, Associate Director for Resource Management Services, University of Puget Sound
  • Roundtable Discussion Results (Seattle) [ PDF, 2 pages]
  • Roundtable Discussion Results (Salem) [ PDF, 1 page]

Start Date

09 November 2010

End Date

09 November 2010

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