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ALCTS CaMMS Cataloging Norms Interest Group seeks speakers to present at
ALA Annual in Washington, DC, on Saturday, June 22nd, 2019.

Cataloging Norms Interest Group offers a forum for the exploration,
communication, and exchange of ideas and best practices on the dynamics of
cataloging/metadata norms and workflows in the hybrid environment.

Presentation topics should be of current interest to catalogers, cataloging
managers and administrators, and be approximately 15 minutes in length.
Additional time will be allowed for questions and discussion.

Past topics have included:

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   Evolution, definition, and functions of the catalog and cataloging norms
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   Emerging concepts and implementations of "next generation catalogs"
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   Cataloging and metadata in hybrid and digital libraries
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   Changes in catalogers' workflows
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   Quality control and benchmarking
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   How end users' expectations and behaviors affect cataloging norms
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   Metadata records and elements in different contexts
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   Impact of web norms on cataloging norms
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   Cataloging education/continuing education
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   Cataloging department collaboration with other library units
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   Catalogers sharing public service responsibilities
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   RDA: integration of records, training.
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   Best practices for digital repositories


Please email proposal abstracts to co-chairs Paul Heyde ([log in to unmask])
and Rachel Turner ([log in to unmask]) by Tuesday, April 2nd, 2018.

If you have questions, please contact us. We look forward to hearing from
you!

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*Rachel Berman Turner*
Cataloging Librarian | Subject Librarian for Judaic Studies
*Binghamton University Libraries*
(607) 777-4851
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