Serving Non-English Speaking and Pre-literate Children: How Cataloging Can Help
Sunday, June 27, 1:30–3:30pm
Learn how the “code” of cataloging makes searching predictable and consistent, how to provide consistent access to foreign language titles and the importance of uniform titles. Be introduced to subject heading thesauri in different languages and how various Dewey translations can provide broad, local subject headings. See how visual catalog or “Kids’ catalog” assists non-English and pre-literate library users, and look at the role of the bibliographic record.
- Pamela Newberg, Manager of Resource Processing and Description, University of Northern Colorado
- Angela Murphy-Walters, Senior Catalog Specialist, Children's Literature Section, The Library of Congress
- Joanna Fountain, Assistant Professor, Department of Library Science, Sam Houston State University
- Kathleen Schroeder, Reference Librarian, Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University
- Michael Panzer, Editor, Dewey Decimal Classification, OCLC
- Ivan E. Calimano, Rare Books Cataloging Librarian, University of Southern California
Sponsored by the CCS Cataloging of Children's Materials Committee.