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Cataloging Efficiencies that Make a Difference: Boston Public Library

, Technical Services Manager, and , OCLC Member Services Consultant, welcomed more than 53 participants to …

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Catherine Willis, Technical Services Manager, and Carole Myles, OCLC Member Services Consultant, welcomed more than 53 participants to Good Practices for Great Outcomes: Cataloging Efficiencies that Make a Difference on December 1, 2011. The event featured Eric Childress, Consulting Project Manager, OCLC Research, who discussed, “More than a feeling: I see my MARC life walking away” in his opening keynote. The event also featured speakers from our member community, including Penny Baker, Collections Management Librarian, Clark Art Institute, Michael Colford, Director of Library Services, Boston Public Library, Christopher Geissler, Project Archivist, Brown University, Amy Hart, Head of Bibliographic Services at the Minuteman Library Network, and Mary Wilkins Jordan, Assistant Professor, Simmons College GSLIS, who discussed “Strategies for working in a changing environment.”

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01 December 2011

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01 December 2011

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