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Good Practices for Great Outcomes: Cataloging Efficiencies that Make a Difference

, Librarian and Member of the Faculty, Harvard Graduate School of Education, and , OCLC Member Services Consultant,…

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Dr. John Collins, Librarian and Member of the Faculty, Harvard Graduate School of Education, and Carole Myles, OCLC Member Services Consultant, welcomed more than 156 guests to Good Practices for Great Outcomes: Cataloging Efficiencies that Make a Difference, generously co-hosted by Harvard University's Gutman Library on November 30, 2011. Eric Childress, Consulting Project Manager, OCLC Research, provided the opening keynote, where he discussed, “A success unexpected in common hours.” We also featured several speakers from our member community, including Diane Baden, Head of Monographic Services, Boston College, Hillary Corbett, Scholarly Communication Librarian, Northeastern University, and Christopher Cronin, Director of Metadata and Cataloging Services, University of Chicago.

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30 November 2011

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30 November 2011

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