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  • Subject is exactly "Cataloging"

Transition from the face-to-face to the online lecturing for a LIS course “Metadata Creation for Information Organization”: outlook and preparation

As a Library and Information Science (LIS) lecturer, co-teaching a traditional (face-to-face) course “Metadata Creation for Information Organization”, the lecturer deliberates on moving from traditional to online teaching, lots of changes and…

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Reflections in teaching a LIS course in the changing world

As Catalog/Metadata Librarians and adjunct faculty at the LIS program of a public co-educational research university, we rethink what skills and knowledge LIS students seek to gain from the class Metadata Creation for Information Organization, and…

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Teaching a cataloging/metadata course in a changing world: Experience and reflection

The authors use a case study to discuss their experiences and perspectives in teaching a cataloging and metadata course in a library school.

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Opening CALASYS to All Members

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Since the Chinese American Librarians Association’s Academic Resources and Repository System (CALASYS, https://ir.cala-web.org/) was initiated in 2013, its collections have grown gradually by way of the Committee’s curation and entries with…

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CALASYS Self-Contribution Training

CALASYS Self-Contribution Training.pdf
Training document on how to self-contribute to the CALA Academic Resource & Repository System (CALASYS). It's created by the CALASYS Committee.

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CALASYS Metadata Guideline Version 2 (2021)

CALASYS Metadata Guideline_V2.pdf
The CALA Academic Resource & Repository System (CALASYS)’ metadata guidelines. It's created to provide guidance in describing resources to be deposited into CALASYS.

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Growth and New Directions: CALA Academic Resources and Repository System

Growth and New Directions_ CALA Academic Resources and Repository.pdf
The Chinese American Librarians Association’s Academic Resources & Repository System (CALASYS) was established in 2013 and has been growing gradually ever since. To seek sustainable and greater growth in the future, the CALASYS 2019-2020 Committee…

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Information Representation

Research Fronts in Library and Information Science (LIS) in the West is a volume in the book series titled Research Fronts in the Humanities and Social Sciences in the West. Based on the analysis of a significant amount of recently published research…

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Telling Chinese American Librarians' Stories: Lois Mai Chan

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Lois Mai Chan (Chinese: 麥麟屏, July 30, 1934 – August 20, 2014), beloved professor, researcher, and author in the field of cataloging and classification, retired in 2011 after 45 years of service to the University of Kentucky. In her career, she…

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