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A New Workflow for Cataloging and Acquisitions to Increase Access and Effectiveness

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Jake Kubrin, Robert Crown Law Library, Stanford Law School

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A New Workflow for Cataloging and Acquisitions to Increase Access and Effectiveness

  1. 1. A NEWWORKFLOW FOR CATALOGING AND ACQUISITIONSTO INCREASE ACCESS AND EFFECTIVENESS Jake Kubrin Robert Crown Law Library, Stanford Law School NCTPG 82nd Annual Meeting, 2019
  2. 2. “[WHEN] OUR CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS BECOME EXCESSIVELY RIGID,AND SILOS DANGEROUSLY ENTRENCHED,THIS CAN LEAVE US BLINDTO RISKS AND EXCITING OPPORTUNITIES.” GillianTett, The silo effect: the peril of expertise and the promise of breaking down barriers, (NewYork, Simon & Schuster, 2015, 247)
  3. 3. Improving operations Access: Opportunities to enhance bibliographic metadata of global and local MARC records Efficiency:Triage acquisitions responsibilities
  4. 4. Improving services Resource delivery Technical services Access services Reference services Access: Diverse foreign and international legal collections Efficiency: Expedited faculty requests and timely availability of course reserves
  5. 5. Moving forward Documentation Training Priorities

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