Just for CopyCats. Part 2, Matching and Essential Editing—AACR/MARC (TMQ)
There are currently no classes scheduled for this course.
This two-part course outlines the basic principles of copy cataloging in a MARC record environment. It will introduce you to the art of: finding cataloging records that you can copy; ensuring that those records really match your resources; and fixing the really important things that might need fixing in those records. Click here for more details about the contents of the course
Part 2 of this course is made up of a series of four live online modules, and covers: how to identify potential problems when searching; how to match AACR/MARC records to resources; how to deal with difficult dates; how to do only the most essential editing of AACR/MARC records. We will also provide practice in these steps.
NOTE: the webinar provider (TMQ, Inc.) will email you an invoice for USD$300 for this course. Options for payment are: by check or by credit card via PayPal
Aquisitions people, copy catalogers, beginning catalogers, and experienced but untrained catalogers.
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Suggested Skill Set:
Attendees should have at least seen a MARC record, preferably in their own library catalog or using OCLC Connexion or CatExpress, or at least in the