by Judy Knop
Attendees will discuss their use of authority records and what they consider to be best practices. There will also be a discussion of new subfields and new interpretations of the fields.
by Susan Ebertz and Evan Boyd
Small theological libraries tend to be connected to institutions with long histories. These histories tend to have been brought into the library's collection without any funding or time to process the collection. Utilizing student employees, minimal processing, and spreadsheets, mountains of unorganized paperwork can be realistically turned into a well-organized, weeded, and accessible collection. Other issues discussed will be archival use policies and preservation issues for the small library.
17th–22nd June 2014