I have taught cataloging and other stuff as an adjunct, and will likely
be doing it again sometime soon. I've also developed a "Metadata
Standards and Applications" workshop for ALCTS and LC that I'm in the
process of updating, which emphasizes concepts that don't generally
appear in traditional cataloging courses (but should, in my opinion).
It includes a lot of material that is shareable and usable in a variety
of contexts, and LC has recently decided that they will distribute it
freely instead of by licensing.
A wiki sounds like a great idea and I don't know of anything like that
at this point.
Director of Metadata Initiatives
Information Institute of Syracuse
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Heidi Hoerman 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?
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