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ACIG Annual 2019: Welcome to LAC/ Bienvenue à BAC – A new bilingual NACO partner : A NATIONAL LIBRARY JOINS THE NACO PROGRAM!: LAC and NACO Documentation by Paul Frank 

Jun 25, 2019 11:06 AM

Paul Frank, Library of Congress

A national library joins the NACO Program!: LAC and NACO documentation

Library and Archives Canada's (LAC) size and its status as a national library are exciting aspects of the library's NACO membership. New NACO documentation was created to address LAC's national library status, and existing NACO documentation was edited to include the unique MARC data elements that LAC would be supplying in its NACO contributions. This part of the presentation will discuss that new and updated NACO documentation

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Welcome to LAC/ Bienvenue à BAC – A new bilingual NACO partner

In 2018, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) replaced its ILS with OCLC’s WorldShare Management System (WMS). As a part of the transition, LAC split its single, bilingual authority file Canadiana Authorities into separate English and French language files and joined NACO in order to manage its English-language authority records. This panel will discuss this national library’s history of bilingual cataloguing, the reason for the changes, and the attempt to ensure that the two files “talk” to each other.  NACO libraries will be interested to learn what unique information they may see in these records from LAC.


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In 2018, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) replaced its ILS with OCLC’s WorldShare Management System (WMS). As a part of the transition, LAC split its single, bilingual authority file Canadiana Authorities into separate English and French language files and joined NACO in order to manage its English-language authority records. This panel will discuss this national library’s history of bilingual cataloguing, the reason for the changes, and the attempt to ensure that the two files “talk” to each other. NACO libraries will be interested to learn what unique information they may see in these records from LAC.

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