Fundamentals of Cataloging: Introduction to Original Cataloging

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This day-long workshop will introduce attendees to the key skills and workflows needed to create original records in MARC21 format.  This session is designed for individuals who have prior training or experience with copy cataloging practices.  Attendees will review standards for quality cataloging, explore time-saving tactics like creating templates or using constant data, and discover freely available tools to streamline their workflows and/or enhance their records. 

Attendees are strongly encouraged to have access to their preferred cataloging software (like OCLC's Connexion Browser) during this session.  



August 20th, 2019 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  ext. 37
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OhioNET members $ 65.00
Non-members $ 130.00
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Presenter Name Misty Alvaro, Upper Arlington Public Library
Presenter Background

Misty Alvaro received her MLIS from Kent State University in 2010 after getting her start in public libraries a few years earlier. Recently, however, Misty served as a cataloger and project coordinator with OSU's Special Collections Description and Access department. Misty has experience cataloging a variety of formats and languages, including Japanese, all Romance languages, and a little German.  In addition to her work with us here at OhioNET, Misty has rejoined the public library landscape with a new gig at Upper Arlington Public Library, where she now serves as the Cataloger Librarian

Training Track Fundamentals of Cataloging
Who Should Attend Individuals responsible for editing and maintaining catalog records or anyone with an interest in the topic. Previous cataloging work is STRONGLY recommended.
CE Contact Hours 5

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