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NISO Webinar, Value-Add to Cataloging: Efficiency and Effectiveness Revisited

Cataloging of materials is not the workflow that it was fifty years ago. The skill sets and tasks associated with application of metadata in the 21st century demand new techniques and tools. What might this entail? Ought there to be different elements included in the metadata? Should there be more application of automated processes? What opportunities for value-add are there for service and content providers? How might these changes improve the success of the user experience? This session will explore the possibilities of revisiting cataloging activities with an eye to enhanced efficiency and effectiveness. A cross-section of views from multiple stakeholders will form the substance of this event. This event will be a roundtable discussion by stakeholders actively engaging with these questions and concerns.
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Alistair Morrison

Manager of Library Applications, Johns Hopkins University


Alistair Morrison, is the manager of library applications at Johns Hopkins University. Previously, he was senior product manager for ScienceDirect Books at Elsevier and director of product planning at LexisNexis Academic & Library Solutions. Mr. Morrison has over 25 years of experience in academic publishing, product management, and library operations. He holds master’s degrees in philosophy and library science.
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Casey Cheney

Vice President, Automation Services, Backstage Library Works


Casey Cheney has been with Backstage Library Works since January 2003. She spent 13 years in the Metadata/Cataloging department before transitioning to Authority Control & Automated Services in April 2016. Casey currently manages the Automated Services department and is dedicated to helping institutions of all shapes and sizes improve metadata quality through various automated processes.
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Kelsey George

Cataloging and Metadata Strategies Librarian, University of Nevada - Las Vegas


Kelsey George, Cataloging & Metadata Strategies Librarian at the University of Nevada Las Vegas, received her MLIS from Syracuse University. Kelsey serves as a member of ALA, LITA, ALCTS, and the Nevada Library Association. Before working at UNLV, Kelsey worked for five years as a paraprofessional in both public and academic libraries–at the circ desk, as a cataloger, children’s library assistant, and young adult services coordinator. She is passionate about issues regarding accessibility, representation, and metadata.
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Marcia Barrett

Cataloging & Metadata Strategies Librarian, University of California, Santa Cruz


Marcia is the UCSC library’s primary resource for MARC metadata. She evaluates the effectiveness of bibliographic metadata for resource discovery and improves the library’s discovery system via a blend of metadata cleanup and enhancements and suggestions for discovery layer adjustments. Marcia led the Metadata Services Implementation Team during the library’s migration to Alma/Primo last year, and she continues to manage or assist in special projects related to the management of bibliographic metadata.
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Nathan Putnam

Director, Metadata Quality, Global Product Management, OCLC


Nathan Putnam is the Director of Metadata Quality at OCLC and oversees the teams of specialists working on data quality for several OCLC products. He has over 15 years of experience working in multiple academic libraries, first as a cataloger and database maintenance specialist and more recently as the head of the metadata/cataloging department before joining OCLC. Nathan holds degrees in Library and Information Science from Wayne State University and in Music from Michigan State University and the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point.
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Patricia Payton

Senior Manager, Provider Relations, Proquest


Patricia Payton, Senior Manager, Provider Relations, for ProQuest and Bowker is responsible communicating book and journal metadata requirements and best practices to publishers of all sizes. Patricia has experience in retail bookstores as well as international markets. She also holds a Master’s degree in Library Information Science specializing in Digital Libraries as well as an MBA. She actively contributes to the Book Industry Study Group, the Association of American Publishers, and other industry committees. You can find her on twitter @Metadata24X7.