Karen Nelson | 9 Feb 18:09 2016
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NISO standards and ...

AACR2R and RDA.

Job description renovation still in progress. Human Resources and library admin want me to confirm that
AACR2R and RDA are both NISO - ... accredited? Accepted? Recognized? - standards.

Yes? Also MARC?

Thanks, everyone.

Karen Nelson
Cataloguing Technician
Capilano University Library Technical Services

(604) 986-1911 - local 2128
knelson@...<mailto:knelson@...>

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Michael Monaco | 9 Feb 15:04 2016

Register now for the OLC 2016 Technical Services Retreat (Columbus, Ohio)

Are you planning to attend Link to the Future: The 2016 Ohio Library Council Technical Services Retreat,
March 31 - April 1, at the Nationwide Hotel and Conference Center just north of Columbus, Ohio?

This year's event features keynote speaker Bobby Bothmann, Professor in Library Services, Minnesota
State University, Mankato, and offers many breakout sessions including:

  *   Keeping Current: RDA Updates and Changes;
  *   Stuck on Stickers?;
  *   Quality Control for Vendor Records;
  *   and more.

Registration fees are $185 for Individual members of the Ohio Library Council and $285 for non-members.
See the OLC website (http://www.olc.org/prof_dev_TechServRetreat16.php) for online registration,
retreat details, hotel information, and descriptions of the breakout sessions.

Mike Monaco
Senior Catalog Librarian
Cleveland Public Library
Catalog Dept.
17133 Lakeshore Blvd.
Cleveland, OH 44110
216-623-2885 (phone)
216-623-6980 (fax)
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Jerri Swinehart | 9 Feb 14:50 2016
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Authority question

Thank you for your responses!

Kresge did a load of MESH headings recently. I found several in
Voyager's Global Headings Change Queue. While I've arranged to have
the changes made on our bibliographic records ... there is a question
floating around in my mind.

If Sleep Disorder $x nursing becomes Sleep Wake Disorders $x nursing
... does that mean the other authorities for Sleep Disorder (with or
without subdivisions) have also been changed?

I should point out that despite the university's medical school that
my contact and work with MESH headings is sparse.

Thank you!

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MLIS
Library Technician III
Metadata Technician
Oakland University
Kresge Library
Collections Support Services
Rochester, MI 48309-4484
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Wolverton, Bob | 9 Feb 14:45 2016
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Re: Last call for contributions to column in the Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship

Please excuse cross-postings.

This is a last call for contributions to the "E-Resource Round Up" column for volume 28, issue 2 of the
Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship (JERL). Submissions can be related to any aspect of
electronic resources and their use in libraries, including conference reports, professional
discussion groups, meetings, and practices in using electronic resources in-house. This would be an
ideal opportunity for you to report on topics that may benefit others in our profession.

The editors would like to receive contributions to the column by Wednesday, February 24, 2016.
Contributions should not be published elsewhere.

If you have a submission or questions, please contact the column editors: 

Bob Wolverton
Mississippi State University Libraries
(662) 325-0548
bwolverton <at> library.msstate.edu 

Karen Davidson
Mississippi State University Libraries
(662) 325-3018		   
kdavidson <at> library.msstate.edu



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Michelle Turvey-Welch | 8 Feb 22:40 2016

Job posting: Copy Cataloging Manager, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS

Please excuse the cross-posting

Copy Cataloging Manager

Kansas State University Libraries invites nominations and applications for the position of Copy
Cataloging Manager.  This position will provide leadership for copy cataloging operations and directly
supervise up to 4 copy catalogers.  Master's degree from an ALA-accredited program and minimum 2 years
cataloging experience in advanced copy cataloging or original cataloging required.  Priority
screening of applications begins February 26, 2016. Visit http://www.lib.k-state.edu/jobs to learn
more.  Kansas State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer of individuals with
disabilities and protected veterans.  Kansas State University encourages diversity among its
employees. Background check required.

Michelle Turvey-Welch
Associate Professor
Head of Metadata, Preservation, & Digital Initiatives
Kansas State University Libraries
Manhattan, KS
mturvey@...<mailto:mturvey@...>
785-532-6714

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Gene Fieg | 8 Feb 19:24 2016

Monkey Year.

Happy Chinese New Year, and to all those born in the year of the monkey

Gene Fieg

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Karen Seong | 8 Feb 17:28 2016

Cataloging and Archiving GIFs

Hello all!

I am looking for information on best practice/ guidelines for archiving and
cataloging GIFs created within our agency.
If you could share your experience working with this popular/ throw back to
the 90's format, it would much appreciated!

Best regards,
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Gamboa, Camille | 8 Feb 17:12 2016

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Kuperman, Aaron | 8 Feb 12:52 2016
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Re: Client wants call number to include date of revision to original edition.

If the book hand is the edition of 2015, then the correct date is.  The edition statement should reflect the
date in the work.

If what you have is a continuing resource such as a loose-leaf, and what the client is referring to is the date
of the last update, then the rules for loose-leafs would apply. 

Whether this is a "new" record depends on institutional policy.  At LC, if someone found cataloging copy for
a monograph with  a date of2014, then the 2015 edition is a new record.

Aaron Kuperman, LC Law Cataloging Section. 
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Subject: Client wants call number to include date of revision to original edition.

Good afternoon.

I'm working with a record for the original 9th edition of a work published in March 2014.  The call number is
KF3120 .A4 2014.  The 260 $c is 2014.
There is a 500 that says "Original 9th ed., March 2014."

Client has revision 7.2015, November 2015 and wants me to change the local call number to KF3120 .A4 2015. 
(They think 2014 is incorrect.)

I'd like to be accommodating but not sure how to proceed.  Any thoughts?

Christine
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Bughdana Hajjar | 8 Feb 09:30 2016
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genre terms

I have another totally different question:I do not use Genre headings and not sure whether I should use them
or not.My question is what are the practical steps to be taken concerning the excel sheet that compares
GSAFD and LCGFT and old LCSH literary genre terms?Are the terms used in the LCSH literary genre terms
repalced with the LCGFT?
bughdana hajjarHead of Cataloging & MetadataRiyad Nassar LibraryLebanese American UniversityBeirut -
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Salman Haider | 5 Feb 22:48 2016
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Date of Publication Distribution Copyright in RDA & MARC 21 Field 264 Examples

*Date of Publication Distribution Copyright in RDA & MARC 21 Field 264
Examples
<http://resourcedescriptionandaccess.blogspot.com/2016/02/date-of-publication-in-rda-marc-21-examples.html>*

http://resourcedescriptionandaccess.blogspot.com/2016/02/date-of-publication-in-rda-marc-21-examples.html

New post on RDA Blog
<http://resourcedescriptionandaccess.blogspot.com/> on Resource
Description and Access (RDA)
<http://resourcedescriptionandaccess.blogspot.com/> describes how-to give Date
of Publication Distribution Copyright in RDA & MARC 21 Field 264 Examples
<http://resourcedescriptionandaccess.blogspot.com/2016/02/date-of-publication-in-rda-marc-21-examples.html>

A date of publication is a date associated with the publication, release,
or issuing of a resource.

The date of publication is the year in which the edition, revision, etc.,
described in the edition area was published. If there is no edition area,
the date of the first publication of the edition to which the item belongs
is considered the publication date. ... … … (Visit link mentioned above to
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*Table of Contents:*

   - *Core Element*
   - *How Date of Publication is defined in RDA*
   - *Where the Rules are for Date of Publication in RDA*
   - *What are the Sources of Information for Date of Publication in RDA*
   - *How is Date of Publication Transcribed / Recorded in Resource
   Description and Access (RDA)*
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