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Purpose: Provides a forum to discuss and analyze techniques, new developments, problems and technological advances in the workflows associated with the evaluation, selection, acquisition, and discovery of library materials and resources.

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Presentations from TSWEIG meeting at ALA Midwinter 2019

  • 1.  Presentations from TSWEIG meeting at ALA Midwinter 2019

    Posted Feb 13, 2019 06:35 AM
    The presentations from our meeting at ALA Midwinter 2019 have been posted. Below are the summaries and their files:

    Adapting Training Within Industry (TWI) model for technical services staff cross-training

    By Sofia Slutskaya, Metadata Strategist, Georgia Tech Library

    Sofia shared the Georgia Tech Library's experience of adopting Training within Industry (TWI) model to enhance its technical services cross-training program.

    Reclaim Your Reclamation: A DIY Approach to Holdings Synchronization in WorldCat

    By Erica Findley & Paul Lightcap, Multnomah County Library

    Erica and Paul described and demonstrated how to update its OCLC holdings using WorldShare Collection Manager, MarcEdit and OpenRefine without going through OCLC Reclamation process.

    Linked Open Data Production and Publishing Workflow at the University of Washington Libraries

    By Theodore Gerontakos, Crystal Clements, Ben Riesenberg, University of Washington Libraries

    Crystal, Ben, and Theodore shared the audience three aspects of UW's linked data project: staffing, overall data workflow, and publishing model.



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    TJ Kao
    Co-chair of ALCTS TSWEIG
    Interim resource description coordinator
    George Washington University
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