An ALCTS webcast available 24/7. Originally presented Wednesday, December 1, 2010
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FRBR first appeared twelve years ago, and although many of its basic concepts are well known, how many of your staff have read and understand the complete text? Do you know that, for example, chapter six explains how to talk about FRBR with library administrators and public service librarians? This presentation will describe in greater detail our active training methods for FRBR. Our novel and effective program engages the entire cataloging staff with an interactive digress.it blog facilitating a group close reading, hands-on simulations with small groups working together with hundreds of strings of different colored yarn, and debriefing to build consensus about how next-gen tools will be implemented. The active process empowers library staff and the observations from the debriefing foreshadow the major issues that will be faced in implementing new tools at a particular library. This training session is aimed at cataloging managers to help empower their staff with new tools, anticipate challenges in implementation, and build team morale.
Those who wish to empower their staff with new tools, anticipate challenges in implementation, and build team morale.
Who Should Attend
This training session is aimed at cataloging managers to help empower their staff with new tools, anticipate challenges in implementation, and build team morale.
James P. Ascher is an Assistant Professor and Rare Book Cataloger at the University of Colorado at Boulder since 2009, where he teaches book history and maintains bibliographical databases. He holds an MS in Mathematics in addition to his MLIS and has published on bibliographical methods in RBM—the premier journal in rare books and manuscripts studies.
Peter J. Rolla is Assistant Professor and a Catalog Librarian at University of Colorado at Boulder Libraries. He has an MLIS from Simmons College and an M. Phil. in Spanish Language and Literature from Yale University.
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