Again, not a wiki (which I support), but more context for my initial
statement about the ALA directive. (And since I'd love to see all of these
efforts combined into a one wonderful resource that keeps growing - there is
far too much duplication of effort in terms of course development and
exercises. Having a place from which to draw tried and true examples, and to
get ideas for teaching this important constellation of subjects will help
everyone who teaches in this area!)
The directive was:
Cataloging and Metadata Education: A Proposal for Preparing Cataloging
Professionals of the 21st Century.
A response to action item 5.1 of the "Bibliographic Control of Web
Resources: A Library of Congress Action Plan.:
Submitted to the ALA/ALISE Task Force Final report date: Dec. 2002 Web
version April 2003.
by Ingrid Hsieh-Yee
Other elements created in response to action item 5.1 were created and it
would be great to link them together in this new wiki environment.
On Tue, Sep 30, 2008 at 8:49 AM, Heidi Hoerman <[log in to unmask]>wrote:
> After talking to quite a few adjuncts teaching cataloging, I found that
> they are for the most part not aware of this list and feel quite isolated.
> I've been thinking about setting up a wiki for teaching cataloging that
> would include adjuncts and any full time folks that wish to join. Do any of
> you all know of such a think being out there before I leap in?
> [Opinions expressed here are mine alone and not to be attributed to the
> University of South Carolina.]
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