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MAR 29

Cataloging Efficiencies that Make a Difference: San José; March 29, 2011

, Division Manager, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library and , Associate Dean for Digital Futures, Information Technology…

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Carol Frost, Division Manager, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library and John Wenzler, Associate Dean for Digital Futures, Information Technology and Technical Services, San José State University, jointly welcomed 77 participants. Roy Tennant, OCLC Research, was the keynote at this lively, interactive session. Member panelists included Armanda Barone, Head of Original Cataloging at UC Berkeley, Lai-Ying Hsiung, Head of Technical Services, UC Santa Cruz, and Sally Lancaster, Cataloging Manager, Alameda County Library. Karen Schneider, Director of the Cushing Library at Holy Names University, provided thoughtful closing remarks about handling change and making space for great ideas. 



Resources from this event:

  • Keynote: A Bibliographic Metadata Infrastructure for the 21st Century [ Streaming video, 47 minutes] [ PDF, 45 slides]

    Roy Tennant, OCLC Research
  • Next Generation Technical Services Initiative: Transforming Library Technical Services at the University of California [ Streaming video (WEBEX), 17 minutes] [ PDF, 17 slides]

    Armanda Barone, Head of Original Cataloging at UC Berkeley
  • Next Generation Processes and Practices at UC Santa Cruz [ Streaming video, 18 minutes] [ PDF, 28 slides]

    Lai-Ying Hsiung, Head of Technical Services, UC Santa Cruz
  • Working with Vendors for the Best Outcome [ Streaming video, 17 minutes] [ PDF, 12 slides]

    Sally Lancaster, Cataloging Manager, Alameda County Library
  • Closing Keynote: Style 23, Rule 6, & Other Notes on Change Management

    [ Streaming video, 48 minutes] [ PDF, 42 slides]

    Karen Schneider, Director of the Cushing Library, Holy Names University
  • Roundtable Discussion Results [ PDF, 2 pages]

Data de início

29 Março 2011

Data final

29 Março 2011

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