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CCS Executive Committee Forum presentations

Presentations given at the CCS Executive Committe Midwinter Forum

Legal issues involving cataloging provided by outside vendors that come with restrictions – Joan Chapa

Libraries working in a cooperative environment face legal issues in obtaining, using, and sharing records from various sources. What are the issues regarding use of various types of records supplied by MARCIVE (national library bib and authority records, AV Access, GPO, ERIC)?

Skyriver vs OCLC. In a cooperative environment, can there be ownership? – Nancy Fleck

In cooperative cataloging, can there really be ownership? A well known issue is Skyriver vs. OCLC, but on a broader level it is open source/unrestricted use vs. restricted use. How does using restricted use records vs. not restricted affect user access, interlibrary loan, cataloging work flows, NACO work, making library policy decisions, sharing records in a consortia or union catalog?

Standards in a cooperative environment. Who gets to set them? – Becky Culbertson

There have been many efforts over many years to formulate cataloging standards. Why do we do this? Who benefits? – Users? Catalogers? What generates them?  How are they maintained?  How do they fit in with “cataloger’s judgment”?  The whole purpose of agreeing on cataloging standards, we believe, is so that a significant corpus of libraries will benefit from not having to do significant editing of these records.