EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF CATALOGERS:  OBSOLETE?  DISAPPEARED?  TRANSFORMED?

 

A highly selective list of readings

 

The following were utilized in developing the Discussion Outline:

 

 

“CCS Task Force on Education and Recruitment for Cataloging Report, June, 1986,” RTSD Newsletter (11:7) 1986.  pp 71-78.

 

Michael Gorman. “Cataloging In An Electronic Age.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly

Volume 36, no. 3-4, 2003.  Electronic Cataloging : AACR2 and Metadata for Serials and Monograph. Sheila S. Intner, Sally C. Tseng, and Mary Larsgaard, editors.   (citation from unpublished manuscript).

 

Janet Swan Hill, ed.  Education for Cataloging and the Organization of Information: Pitfalls and the Pendulum.   Binghampton, NY:  Haworth, c2002.   In addition to the papers from this volume that are listed separately here, many additional papers also influenced the content of this outline

 

Janet Swan Hill.  “What Else Do You Need to Know?  Practical Skills for Catalogers and Managers.”  Education for Cataloging and the Organization of Information:  Pitfalls and the Pendulum.   Janet Swan Hill, ed. Binghampton, NY:  Haworth, c2002.  p 245-261.

 

Carol G. Hixson and William A. Garrison “The Program for Cooperative Cataloging and Training for Catalogers”. Education for Cataloging and the Organization of Information:  Pitfalls and the Pendulum.   Janet Swan Hill, ed. Binghampton, NY:  Haworth, c2002.  p 355-366.

 

Judith Hopkins.  “The Community of Catalogers:  Its Role in the Education of Catalogers.” Education for Cataloging and the Organization of Information:  Pitfalls and the Pendulum.   Janet Swan Hill, ed. Binghampton, NY:  Haworth, c2002.  p375-382.  Also see the discussion “Mentoring new catalogers” on the cataloging discussion list, AUTOCAT, from the first week of August, 2003.

 

Daniel N. Joudrey  “A New Look at US Graduate Courses in Bibliograpic Control.”  Education for Cataloging and the Organization of Information:  Pitfalls and the Pendulum.   Janet Swan Hill, ed.  Binghampton, NY:  Haworth, c2002. pp. 59-102.  All of the figures offered in the next several paragraphs are taken from this paper, tables 5-17, p82-88.

 

Gertrude Koh.   “Innovations in Standard Classroom Instruction” Education for Cataloging and the Organization of Information:  Pitfalls and the Pendulum.   Janet Swan Hill, ed.  Binghampton, NY:  Haworth, c2002.  p263-288. 

 

Sue Kriegsman “Catalog Training for People Who Are Not Catalogers:  The Colorado Digitization Project Experience.” Education for Cataloging and the Organization of Information:  Pitfalls and the Pendulum.   Janet Swan Hill, ed. Binghampton, NY:  Haworth, c2002. p 367-374.

 

Sherry L. Velucci “Cataloging Across the Curriculum:  Syndetic Structure for Teaching Cataloging,”  Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 24, no. 1,2 (1997).   Joudrey (above) compares his results to Velucci’s throughout his article.

 

Elaine Yontz.  “When Donkeys Fly:  Distance Education for Cataloging”  Education for Cataloging and the Organization of Information:  Pitfalls and the Pendulum.   Janet Swan Hill, ed.  Binghampton, NY:  Haworth, c2002. p 299-310.