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MEI 20

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

, Director of University Libraries at the University of Hartford welcomed 69 participants to this May 20 event.  ,…

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Randi Ashton-Pritting, Director of University Libraries at the University of Hartford welcomed 69 participants to this May 20 event.  Kendall Wiggin, Connecticut State Librarian, and David Whitehair, Senior Product Manager at OCLC, provided keynote presentations at this event, generously hosted by the University of Hartford Libraries. We also featured speakers from our member community, including:

  • Sally Grucan, Head of Cataloging at Wesleyan University
  • Joseph W. Scott, Music Catalog/Metadata Librarian at the University of Connecticut
  • Karen Ronald, Town Librarian, Fairfield Public Library

Resources from this event:

  • Opening Keynote: “Tech Services Workflows: Trends

    and Good Practices”
    [Streaming video, 1 hour] [ PDF, 33 slides]

    David Whitehair, Senior Product Manager, OCLC
  • “How envisioning the future makes for good cataloging

    decisions now”
    [Streaming video, 17 minutes] [ PDF, 19 slides]

    Sally Grucan, Head of Cataloging, Wesleyan University
  • “Evolving procedures and new tools for efficiently providing

    access to a library’s evolving collections”
    [Streaming video, 21 minutes] [ PDF, 37 slides]

    Joseph Scott, Music Catalog/Metadata Librarian at Babbidge Library, University of Connecticut
  • “Retooling Technical Services in the Public Library” [Streaming video, 17 minutes]

    Karen Ronald, Town Librarian, Fairfield Public Library
  • Closing Keynote: “Perceptions of Libraries and their

    Impact on Technical Services”
    [Streaming video, 32 minutes]

    Kendall Wiggin, Connecticut State Librarian
  • Best Ideas Document [PDF, 2 pages]
  • Expectation Document [PDF, 2 pages]

Startdatum

20 mei 2011

Einddatum

20 mei 2011

Wij zijn een samenwerkingsverband van bibliotheken over de hele wereld, dat sinds 1967 eigendom is van, bestuurd en onderhouden wordt door onze leden. Ons publieke doel is een toezegging aan elkaar—samen zorgen voor betere toegang tot de informatie in bibliotheken wereldwijd en manieren vinden om de kosten voor bibliotheken te reduceren door middel van samenwerking.