I have found that Chan, 2nd ed., Chapter 13 is a solid outline for
introducing LCC in a week and a half. I base my lecture and exercise
on it. We can't avoid LCC in Illinois on grounds of student interest
in K-12/public, since Chicago Public is an LCC library!
>>From: Discussion List for issues related to cataloging & metadata
>>education & training [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Suzanne
>>Sent: Thursday, November 29, 2007 5:56 AM
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>>Subject: [eduCAT] LCC
>>A question I've been meaning to post for ages -- how do people
>>teach LCC in their introductory course? Or do you? DDC is at least
>>manageable, but LCC! We could spend the entire semester just
>>working on that. I hate to not at least expose the students to it,
>>but since most of the students are not going to be full-time
>>catalogers and most will be working in school or public libraries,
>>at times I wonder if the time wouldn't be better spent going into
>>greater depth on authority control, DDC, or LCSH.
>>Your thoughts, experiences, suggestions?
>>Suzanne M. Stauffer, Ph.D.
>>School of Library and Information Science
>>Louisiana State University
>>275 Coates Hall
>>Baton Rouge, LA 70803
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Cheryl Boettcher Tarsala, Ph.D.
"I teach cataloging."