Collaborative Batch Creation for Open Access E-Books: A Case Study

Young, Philip and Culbertson, Rebecca and McGrath, Kelley Collaborative Batch Creation for Open Access E-Books: A Case Study. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 2012, vol. 51. [Journal article (Unpaginated)]

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When the National Academies Press announced that more than 4,000 electronic books would be made freely available for download, many academic libraries expressed interest in obtaining MARC records for them. Using cataloging listservs, volunteers were recruited for a project to identify and upgrade bibliographic records for aggregation into a batch that could be easily loaded into catalogs. Project organization, documentation, quality control measures, and problems are described, as well as processes for adding new titles. The project’s implications for future efforts are assessed, as are the numerous challenges for network-level cataloging.

Item type: Journal article (Unpaginated)
Keywords: cooperative cataloging, open access, e-books, batch cataloging
Subjects: H. Information sources, supports, channels. > HO. e-books.
I. Information treatment for information services > IA. Cataloging, bibliographic control.
Depositing user: Philip Young
Date deposited: 31 Oct 2012
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:24
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/17930

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