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Recommendation to Implement an Alliance-wide Alternative to the LCSH “Illegal Aliens” Subject Terminology
(Orbis Cascade Alliance, 2020-06)
Recommendation from the Orbis Cascade Alliance Cataloging Standing Group and Network Zone Manager that the Alliance establish a central mechanism for replacing the Library of Congress Subject Heading “Illegal Aliens” with the recommended alternative term “Undocumented immigrants” in the Alliance shared ILS (Integrated Library ...
Providing alternative subject headings for controversial Library of Congress subject headings in the Alliance shared ILS
(Orbis Cascade Alliance, 2019-12)
Discussion paper from the Orbis Cascade Alliance Cataloging Standing Group on addressing controversial Library of Congress Subject Headings (specifically focused on the LCSH “Illegal Aliens”) in the Alliance shared ILS (Integrated Library System).
All the A’s and One C: Using Access, Alma, Analytic and APIs to Streamline Cataloging
(Ex Libris Users of North America, 2019-05)
This presentation details how the University of Washington Libraries is using Alma, Alma APIs, Alma Analytics, and Microsoft Access to screen the quality of incoming catalog records in order to shunt titles to the appropriate level of cataloger.
Restructuring the Cataloging Policy Committee to Tackle Backlogs and Support the Strategic Plan
(American Library Association, 2019-06)
In 2018 the University of Washington Libraries revamped its Cataloging Policy Committee, a group that primarily discussed national cataloging policies, into the Cataloging Policy and Practice Committee. The new iteration of the committee now serves as a forum for catalogers and cataloging stakeholders to plan and discuss ...
Workflow for Providing HathiTrust Access for Brittle Books
(American Library Association Association for Library Collections & Technical Services Creative Ideas in Technical Services Interest Group, 2020-06-11)
HathiTrust provides limited access to online versions of works for member libraries when current or previously held print copies fall under Section 108 conditions: when print copies of works are damaged, deteriorating, lost or stolen, and a copy is not available on the market at a fair price. To qualify for access, the library ...