We’ve got cataloging training covered
When it comes to cataloging trainings, here are just a few of the offerings we have over the next couple of months.
- EAD3 Basics
This live online workshop will provide you with a solid introduction to EAD3 including an introduction to XML, the history of EAD, factors to consider when deciding to implement EAD at your institution, and the structure of an EAD document.
Register Now – Tuesday through Friday, October 4-7, 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. CDT
- RDA for Video Recordings
This four-hour course will cover the RDA instructions relevant to cataloging carrier-based and electronic video recordings. Among the topics to be covered: Understanding where video recordings fit in the FRBR data model, selecting appropriate preferred source of information for video recordings, creating bibliographic descriptions of video recordings, creating access points for video recordings, and selecting relationship designators for access points.
Register Now – Wednesday and Thursday, October 19-20, 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. CDT
Early bird registration ends 9/27
- Cataloging and Classification Basics Course
If you are looking for a "boot camp" to get started in cataloging, look no further than our Cataloging and Classification Basics Course. This twelve-hour course is designed to give you the practical, hands-on information needed to succeed in cataloging. We will cover MARC bibliographic, classification and categorization schemas, basic copy cataloging, and other areas essential to the cataloging department. This course offers an in-depth look at MARC fields (fixed and variable) and subfields used for cataloging. It prepares participants to begin copy cataloging by demonstrating how to interpret bibliographic records and match to items in hand. Topics include terminology, resources, and workflow. Hands-on exercises (at least one per day) provide practice using new skills. Examples and exercises will be based on OCLC-MARC, accessed through the Connexion cataloging interface.
Register Now – Tuesdays through Thursdays, October 25-27 and November 8-10, 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. CDT
Early bird registration ends 10/3