**Please excuse cross-postings**
Please join us for the ALCTS Cataloging & Metadata Management Section (CaMMS)
Forum at ALA Midwinter 2018 in Denver, Colorado.
Cooperatively conscientious cataloging
CaMMS Forum, Midwinter 2018
Sunday, 11 February 2018
Colorado Convention Center, Rm 203/205
Metadata creators are at the forefront of advocating for social justice in our
work, because we recognize the harmful effects that inappropriate or missing
metadata can have on marginalized groups in our society. A code of ethics or
best practices guide would provide guidance in our day-to-day work as well as
reinforce the importance of the work we do to make information available. The
creation of such a document will be a collaborative and cooperative project,
which is why we need your participation!
The small group discussions at this session will be added to feedback from
prior CaMMS events on ethics and will inform the development of best practices
and/or other documents that reflect the values of our profession.
Add the CaMMS Forum to your Midwinter schedule: http://bit.ly/2Be0vS8
CaMMS is seeking volunteers to help with the small group discussions at the
CaMMS Forum at ALA Midwinter 2018 in Denver.
We are looking for volunteers for the following roles:
Small group discussion leaders/facilitators
* These roles are critical to enable broad community participation and
interaction between in-person and remote participants.
If you’d like to volunteer to be a discussion facilitator, note taker, or
tweeter for the CaMMS Forum at Midwinter 2018, please indicate your interest
on this Google form (https://goo.gl/AfNPtb) or email Susan Wynne (susan-
[log in to unmask]) and Violet Fox ([log in to unmask]) by January 15 to let us
know which role you prefer.
Karen Snow, Ph.D.
Associate Professor & Ph.D. Program Director
School of Information Studies
7900 West Division Street
River Forest, IL 60305
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