Anaclare and others,
The task force responsible for the Midwinter workshop (and this
discussion list) is charged with setting up a Web clearinghouse for
educators and trainers to share teaching materials relating to
cataloging and metadata (this is one of the recommendations in Ingrid
Hsieh Yee's report). In addition, there is another task force planning
to assemble resources for the continuing education of catalogers. The
two groups hope to collaborate in finding a host site for both sets of
We are finalizing an agreement with a consultant to assist in designing
and identifying content for the clearinghouse. Anita's URLs and similar
materials will likely find a home there as well.
153 Cordaville Rd.
Southborough, MA 01772
(508) 597-1931 (direct line)
(800) 635-4638 ext. 1931 (New England)
(508) 460-9455 (fax)
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It would be nice to have the URL's for these tools posted on this
Many of our students do not have access to the Cataloger's Desktop and
not get it due to the cost. But if we had the URL's the students
access the sites directly.
Anaclare F. Evans, Ph.D.
DALNET/ 605 SEL
Wayne State University
Detroit MI 48202
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From: "Bruce C Johnson" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Tuesday, May 11, 2004 9:42 AM
Subject: Re: EDUCAT discussion list
> Fellow Educatters:
> As you may know CDS has begun adding cataloging
> resources to the upcoming web version of Cataloger's Desktop. A goal
> to make Desktop more useful for supporting cataloging education and
> continuing education activities for library students, library
> technicians, catalogers, and non-cataloger library professionals.
> this develops and evolves, it is likely that the web version of
> Cataloger's Desktop may serve as a cataloging web portal.
> Anita Coleman's message below includes a couple of URLs that are
> good candidates for inclusion in the web version of Cataloger's
> I have written her offline and she has graciously agreed to our
> to these resources. I am writing to the Educat list in the hopes
> there are other web resources that should be added to Cataloger's
> Desktop. If you are aware of such resources, would you please write
> OFFLIST at <[log in to unmask]> and provide me with your recommendations?
> Additionally, it would be helpful if you would suggest to which of
> following categories your recommendation(s) should be applied:
> - Cataloging Education - Instruction for Library Science Students
> - Cataloging Education - Continuing Education
> - Cataloging Education - Instruction for Library Technical Staff
> - Cataloging Education - Instruction for Non-Catalogers
> Thank you very much for your help.
> Bruce Johnson
> Team Leader
> Cataloger's Desktop Development Team