Simplifying Original Cataloging Workflows with Tools (Session 2)
This series introduces attendees to the key skills and workflows needed to create original records in MARC 21 format. These webinars are designed for individuals who have prior training or experience with copy cataloging practices. Attendees are strongly encouraged to have access to their preferred cataloging software during these presentations.
Attendees of these sessions will have the opportunity to…
- Review key terms and resources to support original cataloging
- Explore tools and tactics to streamline original cataloging workflows
- Practice searching for and modifying records to examine possible workflows
- Individuals are encouraged to have access to their cataloging software while taking this course, if possible.
- Individuals are encouraged to have access to materials they are working to catalog and have questions about.
The second session in our newest Fundamentals of Cataloging series will focus on the wide variety of tools that can be used to simplify original cataloging processes.
Attendees will have the chance to explore both software-specific options and general tactics, including but not limited to…
- OCLC derive function
- Constant data/templates
- Copying records
- Text strings
- Formatting issues and fixes
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.
Sarah Schaff Denison University Library
Sarah Schaff has had the good fortune to work for a handful of Ohio libraries since 2003 – and still loves her work. With a background in philosophy and library science, Sarah currently serves as the Discovery Librarian at Denison, a small liberal arts college east of Columbus. In her 8 to 5 life, Sarah takes care of the invisible systems and online resources that keep the library humming.