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This webinar was presented on March 8, 2017. Access the recording and presentation slides here:
Part 2 of the two-part series Library of Congress Subject Headings
This session will build off of the introductory session by providing more detailed instruction on the construction of structured headings with geographic, chronological, and free-floating subdivisions. Additionally, the session will address the application of names as subject headings, as well as headings for literature and the use of genre terms.
- Construct structured headings with applicable free-floating subdivisions
- Select and apply name headings as subject headings
- Apply appropriate headings for works about literature and works that are literature
- Apply appropriate genre terms
Who Should Attend
Catalogers and metadata librarians
Bobby Bothmann is metadata & emerging technologies librarian at Minnesota State University, Mankato, and professor in Library Services. Bobby catalogs books and e-resources, wrangles files of MARC records, and investigates new technologies. He is a member of OLAC and serves on the editorial board for CCQ. He holds an MLIS and an MS in Geography and English Technical Communication. He teaches cataloging and classification as an adjunct instructor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
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