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FREE DEMO: LE@D Cataloging 101
FREE DEMO: LE@D Cataloging 101
FREE DEMO: LE@D Cataloging 101
FREE DEMO: LE@D Cataloging 101
FREE DEMO: LE@D Cataloging 101
FREE DEMO: LE@D Cataloging 101
FREE DEMO: LE@D Cataloging 101
FREE DEMO: LE@D Cataloging 101
FREE DEMO: LE@D Cataloging 101
FREE DEMO: LE@D Cataloging 101
FREE DEMO: LE@D Cataloging 101
FREE DEMO: LE@D Cataloging 101
FREE DEMO: LE@D Cataloging 101
FREE DEMO: LE@D Cataloging 101
FREE DEMO: LE@D Cataloging 101
FREE DEMO: LE@D Cataloging 101
FREE DEMO: LE@D Cataloging 101
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FREE DEMO: LE@D Cataloging 101

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This free demo gives an overview of Melissa Powell's new Le@d course, "Cataloging 101". …

This free demo gives an overview of Melissa Powell's new Le@d course, "Cataloging 101".

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  • 1. University of North Texas Lifelong Education @ Desktop [LE@D] PresentsCataloging 101ByMelissa PowellInstructional Designer:Tami Sutcliffe
  • 2. This free demo gives a quick overview of the materials Melissa Powell covers in her new Lead course Cataloging 101 The course contains ten chapters with a variety of activities and exercises: •Designed to give you basic, PRACTICAL understanding of how cataloging works • Focused on basic ideas and vocabulary related to most libraries.•Practical knowledge so you will recognize mostaspects of cataloging you uncover in your library •You will be able to ask better questions about cataloging (and better understand the answers.)
  • 3. Making information accessible is the key to a relevant library. The power a simple, accurate, and concise catalog record has to draw a straight line from the question to the answer is amazing! Cataloging doesnt need to be complicated, and the logic in it is beautiful.
  • 4. University of North TexasLifelong Education @ Desktop [LE@D] REGISTER HERE: http://www.leadonline.info/index.cfm Questions? Email: lead@unt.edu Phone: 940-565-2502
  • 5. Questions?Email: lead@unt.eduPhone: 940-565-2502

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