Conversations with Catalogers in the 21st Century

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INDEX
AACR, AACR2. See Anglo-American Cataloging Rules
Access Points, 7
Additional RDA Problems, 131–32
Allegro software package, 105
Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, 169–74
Application of the Dreyfus Model for Catalog Librarians and Metadata Specialists: Theoretical, Applied, On-the-Job, and Lifelong Learning, 240–45
Are There Solutions (to the problems of recruiting catalogers)? Solutions series, 202–16
Benefits of the Single Catalog Approach, 121–22
Blogs, 220–24; writing a blog, 224
Cataloger efficiencies, with single catalog, 121
Catalogers, tasks performed and skills required, 220
Cataloging and Metadata Pedagogy: Mental Models, 234–37
Change of Name Is Change of Identity? 133
Code4Lib, 73
Competencies and Curriculum for Education of Catalogers and Metadata Specialists, 230–34
CONTENTdm software, 149–58; illustrations of, 151–57
Covers and External Resources (for YAMCA processing), 83
Cradle scanner, 75
Current State of Education for Catalogers and Metadata Specialists: Competencies and Curriculum, 230–34
Data Harvesting of Reviews, Table of Contents, Covers, and Social Networking Tags (for YAMCA processing), 84–85
Data Harvesting of Series, Bibliographies, Lists (for YAMCA processing), 85–86
Database Management of YAMCA’s Online Catalog, 89–92
Definitions, for terms used in the single catalog, 123–25
Dewey, Melvil, 227
Display of NF records, 113

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