|Materials for Instructors||Materials for Sponsors|
|Trainee Manual [PDF: 9.03 MB / 296 pp.]||Guidelines for Sponsoring a Workshop|
|Instructor's Manual [PDF: 10.2 MB / 476 pp.]||Needs Assessment Form [PDF: 25 KB / 2 pp.]|
|Workshop Slides [PPT: 6.53 MB]||Available Trainers [PDF: 84 KB / 5 pp.]|
|Certificate of Completion [Word: 24 KB / 1p.]|
Current Version: 2 (Feb. 15, 2008)*
*Session 2 was revised by Becky Culbertson, George Prager, Holly Tomren, and Sarah Wallbank in June 2010.
The Rules and Tools for Cataloging Internet Resources course covers the principles and practices of online resource cataloging. It applies current descriptive cataloging standards (AACR2/MARC21) and practices (LCRI/CONSER/PCC). At the end of the workshop, catalogers will know:
- The impact of 2002 AACR2 revisions on electronic resource cataloging
- Tools and references to support the online resource cataloging process
- How to catalog online monographs, serials, and integrating resources
- How to update records to reflect changes in integrating resources
- How record sets and machine-generated cataloging can be used to support electronic resource record processing
This course is designed for practicing catalogers from all types of libraries who have a working knowledge of the MARC21 bibliographic format and AACR2.
The course is designed as a two day workshop, consisting of 13 instruction hours.