Cataloging

Historical Duplicate Detection and Quality Hierarchy Settings for the I-Share Universal Catalog

This document provides historical context for the Duplicate Detection and Quality Hierarchy settings of the I-Share Universal Catalog from 2002 to 2011. The current settings can be found at Duplicate Detection and Quality Hierarchy Settings for the I-Share Universal Catalog.

Duplicate Detection and Quality Hierarchy Recommendations For the Universal Catalog

Original version created by the VISCom Cataloging/Universal Catalog Task Force
May 6, 2002

New Libraries: Cataloging Client Training, Day 2

Please note: This is a two-day session (October 17 & 18); participants are expected to attend BOTH days of the session.

Place: CARLI Office
100 Trade Centre Drive, Suite 303
Champaign, IL 61820

Directions

New Libraries: Cataloging Client Training

Please note: This is a two-day session (October 17 & 18); participants are expected to attend BOTH days of the session.

Place: CARLI Office
100 Trade Centre Drive, Suite 303
Champaign, IL 61820

Directions

Register for RDA Training

Register now for CARLI’s hands-on RDA trainings for I-Share library original catalogers.  These one-day sessions will be offered at no charge, and will be repeated four times (twice in each of two locations):


RDA Training (CARLI Office)

Hands-on RDA training for I-Share library original catalogers

Info & Registration

RDA Training (CARLI Office)

Hands-on RDA training for I-Share library original catalogers

Info & Registration

RDA Training (UIC)

Hands-on RDA training for I-Share library original catalogers

Info & Registration

RDA Training (UIC)

Hands-on RDA training for I-Share library original catalogers

Info & Registration

IUG with Team Chairs meeting

Annual reports from teams

CARLI office

Phone Number:     217-244-9054      (Main)
                  866-951-9521      (Toll-free)

Meeting ID:       3737
Meeting Password: 3737

Introduction to Access Training

To register and for more information see: http://www.carli.illinois.edu/mem-serv/mem-train/register/130403access/

Registration Deadline is Wednesday March 27, 2013

ICAT Statement on State University Press Publications and Maintenance Projects

According to instructions under the 008/28 in the MARC 21 Format for Bibliographic Data, “items published by university presses are considered government publications if the presses are created or controlled by a government (e.g., state university presses in the United States).” For more information.

Correcting “the 653 problem” how to search for it, recognize it from a printout, and correct it

NOTE:  This does not apply to institutions that migrated to I-Share Voyager in 2003 or after.  This also does not apply to those I-Share Voyager libraries that did not use the bibliographic master records converted from DRA (e.g. UIC, SIUM, IIT).  However, any I-Share Voyager library that copies records from the I-Share Universal Catalog may have inadvertently copied records containing these 653 fields into their catalog.

RDA for Cataloging Staff at I-Share Libraries

This CARLI-produced webinar will be held on Thursday, December 13, 2012, from 10:00-11:30, and will be recorded for those who wish to view it later.  No registration is required. Connect to http://webjunctionillinois.adobeconnect.com/icat a few minutes before 10:00. Lynn Fields from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville will respond to questions generated during webinars 2-4.

RDA for Everyone at I-Share Libraries

Nicole Swanson from CARLI User Services will give an overview of RDA and the rationale behind it.  Paige Weston from CARLI User Services will address the impact of RDA on the two I-Share public access interfaces, WebVoyage Classic and VuFind.  John Whisler from Eastern Illinois University will speak on “Heading conflicts: an old problem gets worse before it gets better.”

View recorded meeting.

Standards for Bibliographic Records in I-Share

Introduction

Libraries using OCLC for cataloging realize many savings in time and effort due to the shared database. Indeed, it is this facility to use other libraries' cataloging that makes OCLC so attractive. But shared bibliographic records are useful only to the extent that they are usable by others. For this reason, standards are in place to guarantee that these records will have maximum utility.

2012 Annual Meeting Presentations Available Online

The presentations and handouts from the 2012 CARLI Annual Meeting are now available.

ICAT Conference Call

Meeting of the I-Share Cataloging and Authority Control Team

ICAT Conference Call

I-Share Cataloging and Authority Control Team conference call

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