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The Importance of Teaching Cataloging Theory and Conceptual Models of Discovery Systems in LIS Programs Shana L. McDanold Georgetown University
Practitioner Manager Trainer Perspective
Knowledge of the fundamentals assists catalogers with and empowers them with: flexibility accepting/facilitating change improving quality of work Thesis
Anthony Panizzi: 91 rules Charles Coffin Jewett Charles Cutter: Rules for a Printed Dictionary Catalog Seymour Lubetzky Ranganathan’s 5 Laws Fundamental theories
Subject analysis Classification Relational database structure/System Indexing Other fundamentals
Tell us: WHY HOW Fundamentals are the foundation
How does a cataloger make a decision? subject analysis description “Just tell me!” doesn’t work! Example: Cataloger’s Judgment
Prioritization Timeline Discovery layer impact Example: System migration
Fundamentals don’t change!! Example: New cataloging code
Change is scary! o less so if you can see how things are connected over time and across systems Local needs o how to support users in all contexts o flexibility Why is this important?
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