Fundamentals of Cataloging: Classification



The Fundamentals of Cataloging series covers the basics of cataloging in five HANDS-ON sessions. Attend all the sessions or only the ones of interest. In this session, we will cover the theories behind the classification schemes (both Dewey Decimal and Library of Congress) used by most academic and public libraries. Participants will learn how these classifications are used for organization and access to materials.


Roman Panchyshyn

Roman Panchyshyn is a Catalog Librarian and Assistant Professor at Kent State University. Previously, he was a Member Services Coordinator at OHIONET. He holds a BA in Russian and East European History and a MLIS from McGill University, as well as a Graduate Diploma in Library Studies from Concordia University in Montreal.


Technical Services

Who Should Attend:

Technical services staff new to cataloging or anyone who would like to learn about the theories behind classification.

CE Credits: 5


May 13th, 2013 9:30 AM   through   3:30 PM
1500 West Lane Ave
Columbus, OH 43221
United States

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Phone: 1-800-686-8975 x37
OHIONET Premium Member Fee $ 0.00
OHIONET Member Fee $ 90.00
Non-Member Fee $ 130.00
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