ALCTS Public Libraries Technical Services Interest Group Community
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The editorial team at ALCTS News is looking for volunteers to share their stories for the My ALCTS Experience column. This is a regular column that highlights the experience of one of our members. Some recent examples can be found here:
Possible topics to cover include: How did you discover ALCTS? What has your experience with ALCTS been like so far? Has ALCTS helped you get a job? Has ALCTS helped you on the job? Have you made awesome networking/mentoring/peer contacts through ALCTS? Do you have any advice for other ALCTS members?
If you’re interested in being featured, would like to nominate someone else who might be interested, or have questions/comments/cool ideas, please contact Shanna Hollich at email@example.com.
Thank you to those of you who were able to brave the cold and join us in Chicago for ALA Midwinter 2015. I mounted the presentation slides and handout from the discussion on the CIP E-books initiative and the proposed revisions to the CIP data block.
We want your feedback, especially for the proposed revisions to the CIP data block, even if you were unable to attend the meeting and hear the presentation.
I look forward to seeing more of you in San Francisco.
BestCaroline Saccucci, Co-Chair Dewey Program Manager and Acting CIP Program Manager Library of Congress
ALCTS Public Libraries Technical Services Interest Group program for ALAMW 2013
Time: Saturday, January 26, 8:30-10am
Location: WSCC - TCC 202
The program begins immediately following the OCLC Dewey Update Breakfast, which starts at 7am.
Join us for a table top discussion about assessment in Technical Services. Bring the Autocat discussion to life! Learn from your colleagues! Bring home new ideas and tools!
Topics will include assessing workflows and efficiencies for:
Outsourced processing or cataloging
All types of libraries are invited to join in this discussion as well.
We'll see you in Seattle!