The presentations from our meeting at ALA Midwinter 2018 have been posted. Below are the summaries and their files:
If We Can, You Can! By Jessalyn Zoom, Library of Congress
Jessalyn shared her experience of developing efficient workflows, utilizing staff’s strengths and skill sets, and developing staff members and expanding their horizon at the History and Military Science Section.
Simply visualizing technical services infrastructure using draw.ioBy Gina Solares, University of San Francisco
Gina presented her usage of a free online diagram software, draw.io, to create a simple visual chart of acquisitions, cataloging, and systems infrastructure. This chart was then used to highlight budget needs, technical challenges, and work dependencies in communication with staff in and outside of technical services.
The (workflow) map is not the territoryBy Liz Woolcott & Robert Heaton, Utah State University Libraries
Liz and Robert shared some of the lessons they learned in relation to bringing the workflow mapping back to reality, putting the resulting documents to work in training, refining existing processes, making organizational changes, communicating with stakeholders, and evaluating current and potential services at the Technical Services Division.
Automation of creating Korean records for ordersBy Hyoungbae Lee, Princeton University
Hyoungbae demonstrated a macro he developed using AutoIt Macro Language and Microsoft Excel plugin to expedite the acquisition of Korean materials. This macro collect appropriate bibliographic information, create romanization following ALA-LC rules, and generate MARC order records accordingly.
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