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Minitex News articles tagged with "Cataloging" (7):

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Last chance to register for Minitex Technical Services Symposium

Nov 4, 2021

Registration will close at noon on Monday, November 8th for the Minitex Technical Services Symposium. This year’s theme is Good Trouble: Activism and Ethics in Technical Services. The program will feature keynote speaker Beth Shoemaker, Emory University, who will discuss how we navigate ethical principles and turn those into daily practice. The second keynote will be Kenda Zellner-Smith, founder of Save the Boards Minneapolis, which seeks to preserve the art created after the murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis police. Six breakout sessions will follow the keynote presentations. Visit the website for the full program and to register for this event. The fee to attend is $25.00.  
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Registration ends soon for Minitex Technical Services Symposium

Oct 29, 2021

It's not too late to join us for the Minitex Technical Services Symposium, taking place on November 9th. Registration closes on Monday, November 8th. This year’s theme is Good Trouble: Activism and Ethics in Technical Services. The program will feature keynote speaker Beth Shoemaker, Rare Book Librarian at Emory University and co-chair of the Cataloging Ethics Steering Committee, which released the Cataloging Code of Ethics in January 2021. The second keynote will be Kenda Zellner-Smith, founder of Save the Boards Minneapolis, which seeks to preserve the art created after the murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis police. There will be six additional breakout sessions to choose from on wide-ranging technical services topics, from the impact of empathy to specific how-tos and plenty in between.
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Save the date for the Minitex Technical Services Symposium

Jul 19, 2021

Save the date for the Minitex Technical Services Symposium on November 9, 2021! This year’s theme is Good Trouble: Activism and Ethics in Technical Services.
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Tips for finding and using existing bibliographic records

Mar 5, 2021

The first in a series of articles on cataloging help based on survey results from Minnesota librarians.
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University of Minnesota Libraries seeks multiple Library Assistants

Mar 4, 2021

University of Minnesota Libraries is hiring three Library Assistants: a Continuing Resources Cataloger, a Map Cataloger, and a Special Collections Cataloger.
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Cataloging needs survey open

Feb 3, 2021

Does your library have questions about cataloging? Please fill out this survey so we can best meet your needs!
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Contract Cataloging available during remote work

Dec 10, 2020

Contract Cataloging services are operational, with some small changes due to remote work situations.