The Program for Cooperative Cataloging has just completed its
annual election of new members to its Policy Committee, which is
composed of thirteen voting, plus six non-voting members. The
voting members consist of one representative from each of the
British Library, the Library of Congress, the National Library of
Canada, OCLC, and the Research Libraries Group, plus eight rotating
members who are policy level personnel from full, active
participants in BIBCO, CONSER, and NACO programs. The term of
office for rotating members is two years, but elected members can
serve two consecutive terms if reelected.
This year's candidates for BIBCO representative were Michael
Kaplan (Indiana University Library) and Robert Wolven (Columbia
University Library). The candidates representing the NACO
libraries were Nancy Skowronski (Detroit Public Library) and Carol
Winship (Texas State Library). Mr. Kaplan and Ms. Winship were
The PCC Policy Committee congratulates the Mr. Kaplan and Ms.
Winship and looks forward to working with them starting in
November. The Policy Committee is most grateful to Mr. Wolven and
Ms. Skowronski for their interest in the Program and willingness to
stand as candidates. The Policy Committee also wishes to take this
opportunity to congratulate Brian Schottlaender (UCLA) and Colleen
Hyslop (Michigan State University) upon the completion of their
terms of service as committee members and to thank them for their
impressive work on behalf of the PCC.