Au contraire. Step right up there and make the right decision.
Based on your expertise, you as a NACO participant should have the
knowledge to make that determination. LC is the only does the
"physical" deletion. Any NACO can (and should) make the decision about
which heading should be retained; transfer any useful information from
the record being deleted to the record to be retained; notify the LC
liaison; and move on.
A. Ralph Papakhian wrote:
> isn't there a problem with this kind of note? it has been my
> impression that the folks at LC would be responsible for
> deciding, in the case of duplicates, which record to retain, and which
> to delete. if that's true, then the note may be erroneous until
> the deletion/merging has been accomplished. nicht wahr?
> --always moving forward
> A. Ralph Papakhian, Indiana University Music Library
> Bloomington, IN 47405 812/855-2970 [log in to unmask]
> co-owner: [log in to unmask]
Richard C. Amelung, Ph. D.
Professor of Legal Research
Saint Louis University Law Library