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2Fecko, M.B.: ¬'The changing face of cataloging : the impact of technology on copy cataloging'.Part II: a report of the ALCTS Copy Cataloging Discussion Group Meeting, American Library Association Conference, Chicago, June, 1995.
In: Technical services quarterly. 13(1996) nos.3/4, S.109-115.
Abstract: Report of the ALCTS Copy Cataloging Discussion Group Meeting. Speakers from Colorado State University (CSU), Central Michigan University (CMU) and the University of Virginia (UVA) described changes in copy cataloguing operations in their libraries as a result of the impact of technology. CSU outsourcing and OCLC's PromptCat service were examined and compared to the library's existing workflow. PromptCat was rejected and changes to workflow were implemented. At CMU the Cataloguing Department at the main library was eventually eliminated and cataloguing work was outsourced to OCLC's TechPro service. At UVA cataloguing staff were re-graded and fastcat was implemented. The positive and negative consequences of these changes are discussed
3Rider, M.M.: results of a study at the Ohio State University Libraries : PromptCat: a projected service for automatic cataloging.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 20(1995) no.4, S.23-44.
Abstract: OCLC's proposed PromptCat service, targeted for release in Spring 95, offers libraries the potential to obtain full catalogue records for approval or firm order books at the same time that books are shipped by the vendor. The Ohio State University Libraries (OSUL) participated in testing and evaluation of the new service in which Baker & Taylor supplied vendor records directly to OCLC. OCLC searched the Online Union Catalog to locate matching bibliographic records and forwarded reports of search results to the library for evaluation. Results would suggest a high degree of quality in terms of record selection and correct match to the bibliographic item when the PromptCat service is fully developed