Hi Mary Charles,
Thank you for your comments.
The current BIBCO training program does include a small section on
proposing subject headings, but maybe that was not the case with your
If there are some particular important points you would like to have
inserted as minority opinions, would you please write them out and send them
to us them so that we can decide as a group about including them?
Thanks and best regards,
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Subject: Re: [PCCTG1] STOP: New version of draft
Jimmie & All,
I hope others with more "English" background will do more editing
but I have a few spots for comments that will hopefully help the
In the first paragraph:
> Through SACO many useful changes and additions have been proposed
> and adopted over this time, and the often-heard criticism that LC
> is unresponsive to change can be answered.
I am not sure that the criticism was LC... it was most often LCSH
and sometimes LCC. For simplicity could we change this to "LC
Toward the end under training:
The BIBCO training
> program includes a session devoted to SACO that is very helpful,
> and proposal-specific input from experts at LC is also extremely
> valuable for building greater expertise in preparing subject
> heading proposals.
I don't remember any SACO training as part of our Bibco training.
I have previously commented on the Day 5 training as part of the
NACO program and how positively it has been received at the
institutions that I have trained.
As for the report, I've already made lots of comments, many of
which were out of sync with these recommendations.