Category Archives: Cataloging

Registration is Open for NYTSL’s Spring Program

And this one is going to be fascinating, so if you’re interested, go to the NYTSL website and register now! Disaster Recovery for the Digital Library Presented by the New York Technical Services LibrariansOur presenters will present two real-world library disaster recoveries in New York City and how to better prepare for the future. Date: […]

Sexual Abstinence and MeSH

There does not appear to be a MeSH heading for "Abstinence Education."  I’m not sure how I feel about this, seeing as how I seriously disagree with the need to catalog anything with that subject heading. But on the other hand, I do have to catalog something like that, so I’m conflicted. This is a […]

Cataloging 9/11

It’s been a busy week (last week, I mean). Article Linker works for the databases we’ve linked to it (so far, Ebsco, Ovid, Gale), and we’re jumping through all kinds of hoops working on linking it to PubMed. You have a choice–use a script to build a prepopulated ILL form on your server and access […]

Cataloging Katrina 1 Year Later

As you know if you’ve been listening to the radio or watching the tube or glancing at the newspapers this morning, it’s been one year (as of yesterday) since Hurricanes Katrina and Rita smashed life, limb, and property on the Gulf Coast. Mayne people are doing many things to remember this tragedy–I for one, can […]

Russ Feingold in MARC

This might not be perfect, since it’s been some time since I did any original cataloging for web pages, but here it is (apologies in advance for the MESH).  Suggestions are welcome. One hopes you click on the link below to read the actual statement, too. 100 1     Feingold, Russell D.245 10  $a I […]

Cataloging Manga & Anime

The December 2005 issue of TechKNOW (care of Kent State U.’s TSLibrarians listserv)  is out. (It’s actually been out for a while, but the hyperlink I had only started working a short while ago–it’s fixed.)  This quarter Jeanne Poole covers cataloging cleverly selected bits and pieces of the wacky (and not entirely consistent) world of […]