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Outside-in to inside-out<br />Changing from cataloging inventory to scholarly metadata management <br />
2007-2011<br /><ul><li> 8.5 FTE to 6.5 FTE – 65% staff, 35% pro to 15% staff, 85% pro
 Automate with approval plan, PromptCat, batch processing
 Items cataloged >21,198 despite heavy weeding
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  1. 1. Outside-in to inside-out<br />Changing from cataloging inventory to scholarly metadata management <br />
  2. 2. 2007-2011<br /><ul><li> 8.5 FTE to 6.5 FTE – 65% staff, 35% pro to 15% staff, 85% pro
  3. 3. Automate with approval plan, PromptCat, batch processing
  4. 4. Items cataloged >21,198 despite heavy weeding
  5. 5. Document policies and procedures – reduce ad-hoc decisions & time spent finding info or figuring out how to do things
  6. 6. Improved withdrawal = better holdings quality & maintenance
  7. 7. Regularize database maintenance and quality control
  8. 8. Culture shift: improve communication with meetings & wiki, decrease number of request channels</li></li></ul><li>To infinity and beyond!<br /><ul><li>Citation services
  9. 9. Theses work flow
  10. 10. Identity management
  11. 11. NACO certification
  12. 12. Linked data project(s)
  13. 13. ORCID
  14. 14. LOD-LAM
  15. 15. New programmer = new development work</li></ul>Image courtesy of and copyrighted by Pixar<br />
  16. 16. “It may be time to unbundle the inventory function from the human knowledge function" to fulfill library mission”-Karen Coyle <br />laura@library.caltech.edu<br />http://library.caltech.edu/laura<br />
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