If you are a NACO member, the folks who receive reports through that form will forward your message to me, with a reminder that you ought to be contacting us about it.
Use [log in to unmask] if you are a PCC member.
>>> Robert Bratton <[log in to unmask]> 5/27/2009 3:11 PM >>>
Does using this e-mail address preclude us from using the online form to
Jacob Burns Law Library
George Washington University
Antony Robert David Franks wrote:
> Over the past few years, there has been a growing tendency to report bibliographic file maintenance, authority record duplicates, and other issues directly to the Cooperative Programs Section Head whether or not that individual is the NACO contact. There are many drawbacks to this, particularly in the absence of the section head.
> For this of you who have been sending these reports directly to the section head, as an experiment, starting today, please report all NACO-related matters to [log in to unmask]
> Several persons in the Coop Section have access to this account, and will handle your e-mails as appropriate. Please continue to follow the guidelines for reporting; also, please indicate in the subject line if the message concerns NARS or BFM.
> This does not preclude any one from contacting their usual LC liaison.
> Anthony R.D. Franks
> Head, Cooperative Programs Section
> Cooperative and Instructional Programs Division
> Library of Congress
> 202-707-2822 (voice)
> 202-252-2082 (fax)