youtube image
From YouTube: Cataloging Special Interest Group - 2/4/2021


00:08:15 Jennifer Howard: oh good. Serials are my current project too
00:19:42 Heather Hernandez (she/her):
00:20:37 Fred King:
00:20:44 Liz Dukelow, CKLS: Oh awesome!
00:22:07 Heather Hernandez (she/her): A sample Koha record:
00:24:08 Heather Hernandez (she/her): MARC21 show I for 776
00:24:26 Heather Hernandez (she/her): Improve display of...773...
00:24:46 Heather Hernandez (she/her): Add...770/772...
00:27:47 Heather Hernandez (she/her): The Concubine, the Princess, and the Teacher: voices from the Ottoman harem / Douglas Brookes
00:34:09 Fred King:
00:35:25 Heather Hernandez (she/her):
00:37:21 Heather Hernandez (she/her):
00:37:26 Melanie: Lots of good info here:
00:37:31 Melanie: It’s the Library of Congress Classification and Shelflisting Manual
00:38:03 Liz Dukelow, CKLS: Oh yes!
00:38:50 Heather Hernandez (she/her):
00:39:20 Fred King:
00:40:42 Heather Hernandez (she/her): Ancient cities (pre-1500)SEE Extinct cities (pre-1500)Ancient jurisdictions (other than cities)As geographic subdivisions: H 830 Established as name headings: H 405
00:41:11 Heather Hernandez (she/her): Extinct cities (pre-1500)SEE ALSO CitiesContrasted with archaeological sites: H 715– Description and travel not used: H 1530Established as subject headings: H 405, H 690, H 715Free-floating subdivisions under: H 1140Geographic subdivision: H 830Regions surrounding: H 715; H 760Subject heading proposals: H 715(Extinct city) as a qualifier: H 715
00:42:08 Liz Dukelow, CKLS: Do you have an e-collection of those?
00:43:05 Melanie: Similar to what Fred posted: Library of Congress Classification PDF Files - I use it anytime I have to do original cataloging
00:43:29 Heather Hernandez (she/her): Scurvy by Stephen R. Brown
00:45:47 Fred King:
00:46:55 Heather Hernandez (she/her):
00:47:06 Heather Hernandez (she/her): Available online:
00:48:33 Leanne Cooper: Yay I am from RI! Love them!
00:48:39 Heather Hernandez (she/her):
00:48:43 Liz Dukelow, CKLS: Is cabinet pudding stale bread and alcohol?
00:48:55 Liz Dukelow, CKLS: Like a bread pudding with booze?
00:49:07 Liz Dukelow, CKLS: Right?! lol
00:49:40 Liz Dukelow, CKLS: O.o
00:50:15 Heather Hernandez (she/her): Cooking in the archives
00:50:35 Liz Dukelow, CKLS: True
00:51:16 Heather Hernandez (she/her): Food related bug
00:51:16 Liz Dukelow, CKLS: XD
00:51:42 Liz Dukelow, CKLS: Oh that is amazing
00:53:38 Heather Hernandez (she/her): One of my favorite YouTube videos, of Olive and Mabel (two very good dogs), "The Company Meeting":
00:54:59 Liz Dukelow, CKLS: No! Here to learn!
00:56:08 Liz Dukelow, CKLS: What was the name of it Aly?
00:56:35 Jason Robb:
00:56:35 Heather Hernandez (she/her):
00:56:39 Aly Rattler:
00:56:43 Liz Dukelow, CKLS: Thank you!
00:56:59 Heather Hernandez (she/her): That was one of their great Monday Minutes!
00:59:15 Liz Dukelow, CKLS: Oh nice!
01:02:25 Leanne Cooper: I also use the call number browser the …. next to the call number on the edit item screen to make sure I’m not duplicating the call number—that’s helpful too when you add a new item.
01:02:45 Liz Dukelow, CKLS: It is for us
01:02:59 Liz Dukelow, CKLS: We tend to be at least an upgrade behind as well.
01:03:28 Heather Hernandez (she/her): Cool tip, Leanne! Thank you!
01:07:08 Leanne Cooper: This may be a question for another day but I’ve been struggle to figure out what “a” and “b” stand for after a date
01:08:08 Leanne Cooper: oh ok…
01:09:16 Leanne Cooper: thanks so much…that helps a lot :)