Conversations with Catalogers in the 21st Century

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ABOUT THE EDITOR AND CONTRIBUTORS

ELAINE R. SANCHEZ is Head, Cataloging & Metadata Services, Alkek Library, Texas State University–San Marcos. She earned her BA and MLS from the University of Texas at Austin. She has worked as a cataloger and technical services librarian for over twenty-seven years at Texas State, Texas Legislative Reference Library, Travis County Law Library, and UT-Austin. She has several books, chapters, research surveys, and journal articles published by Primary Research, Greenwood Press, Technical Services Quarterly, the present work by Libraries Unlimited, and others; and she is an advocate for cataloging and catalogers (and metadata librarians).

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HELEN BUHLER is Classification Coordinator at the University of Kent’s Canterbury campus, with responsibility for policy and standards, and is also involved with catalogue maintenance. She was previously a descriptive cataloguer. Before that she worked on the interlending union catalogues at LASER and the Institute of Latin American Studies, University of London, and began her cataloguing experience at Queen Mary College, London. Her diploma in Library Studies is from the Queen’s University of Belfast and her BA (French and Spanish) from the University of London.

HALVARD (HAL) CAIN, BA, AALIA, has worked in libraries in Victoria, Australia, since 1964, chiefly in cataloging, principally in academic, but also in school, public, and special libraries. Now Cataloguer at the Dalton McCaughey Library (formerly Joint Theological Library) in Melbourne, where he has worked since 1993, he is deeply interested in the relationship between cataloging theory

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