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PCCTG1  March 2003

PCCTG1 March 2003

Subject:

Re: Membership vs. Proposing headings

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Mary Charles Lasater <[log in to unmask]>

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Program for Cooperative Cataloging <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Wed, 19 Mar 2003 07:49:24 -0600

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OK now I understand a little better. Unfortunately my experience
with the feedback of the SACO liaison is not positive. In fact I don't
even know who it is right now. It has been one of the most
frustrating things about the program for me for several years. For
anything at all questionable I have had to utilize CPSO contacts
instead. I certainly don't think this is a benefit of the program, for
me it is a failing. My NACO experiences have been totally opposite
but I understand that not all libraries have good NACO experiences.

Guess this is called "dirty linen" but it seems that this relates to a
problem we are trying to solve. Without good feedback about our
proposals (whether they are NACO or SACO) participation
becomes a problem. We do not learn from our mistakes and we
don't bother to continue to make proposals.


Mary Charles
On 19 Mar 2003, at 8:29, Jimmie Lundgren wrote:

Well, I think the actual proposal preparation experience and ability to use
new and more specific headings once they are approved are not so much
"program" oriented as the prestige benefit to our library and maybe ready
access to Coop team consultation might be.
Jimmie

-----Original Message-----
From: Mary Charles Lasater [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Wednesday, March 19, 2003 8:27 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: [PCCTG1] Membership vs. Proposing headings


Jimmie,

Could you give an example or two of what you mean? I'm not sure I
completely understand how you want to break them apart.

Mary Charles

On 19 Mar 2003, at 8:18, Jimmie Lundgren wrote:

Dear SACO Task Group,
        As I look over the benefits we have listed so far, it seems to me
that some of them are associated more with the actual proposing of new
subject headings and others are more about being part of SACO as a program.
For me they have been all blended together, but I thought it might be
helpful for our work if we could sort them somehow. Possibly those more
program-based could be designated as SACO membership benefits and others
kept more open to everyone in some way. Does this make sense to you, and if
so how should we sort them? Thanks,
Jimmie


Mary Charles Lasater
Authorities Coordinator
Vanderbilt University
21st Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37240
(615) 343-2085


Mary Charles Lasater
Authorities Coordinator
Vanderbilt University
21st Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37240
(615) 343-2085

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