I may have fallen asleep in a lecture or two at university but I don’t recall ever snoozing during a professional conference. Unfortunately the recent ACOC conference seemed to have that effect on a few people in the audience. It
RDA and the acronyms of doom
It’s like a brand new Harry Potter novel: Harry Potter and the acronyms of doom. Synopsis: Harry is forced by his evil muggle foster parents to attend a cataloguing conference provided by ACOC, one of the older acronyms of doom.
RFID : 3 down, 2 to go
I may be slightly premature here (I am writing this in advance) but, finger’s crossed, by the time this post goes to air we will have 3 of our libraries RFID tagged up. This has involved lots of work (particularly
Metadata Object Description Schema (MODS) is a schema for a bibliographic element set that may be used for a variety of purposes, and particularly for library applications. The standard is maintained by the Network Development and MARC Standards Office of
Web 2.0 program for one of our libraries
Although we completed the Learning 2.0 program at the start of the year, one of our branches is currently making a big push for their staff to complete/start the program. I am actually really happy that this has happening. Although