As seen on p. 12 May/June 2011 American Libraries: Periodically there is a post on Autocat, the cataloger discussion list, with some variation on “as a single professional in a (fill in type of library), I am faced with having to catalog. I did not take a cataloging course in library school. How can I…?” [...]
Archive for June, 2011
The past several posts here at The Dean Files have been about my experiences and thoughts on the content presented and shared at ArLiS/NA’s annual conference (2011) in Minneapolis. I focused primarily on the content of the conference, and not on the conference itself. In reflecting on the content, I gave a great deal of [...]
Well, readers, here it is: my final post about ArLiS in Minneapolis. I think this was my favorite day, as it had two sessions of great interest to me – the Museum Libraries division meeting, as well as the RDA Test Kitchen presentation in the Cataloging Section meeting. I only thought it appropriate to include [...]
Several interesting sessions filled up my Saturday attending ArLiS in Minneapolis. My day was filled with many sessions, but the two that interested me were about book clubs in an art library, as well as ebooks in the same setting.