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|NACO Series Training|
Trainer: Judy Kuhagen, The Library of Congress
Dates: Monday-Wednesday, May 12-14, 2003
Daily Schedule: 9:00am-4:30pm (morning break from 10:15-10:30, lunch from 11:45-12:45, and afternoon break from 2:15-2:30)
Trainees' Responsibilities: Preparing for NACO Series Training (ignore the sentence that says to bring a copy of AACR2)
Location: Staff Center for Multimedia Learning (SCML) on the 3rd floor of the Seeley G. Mudd Library, (203) 432-6223.
Reminders: Bring your Yale ID; sign-in downstairs; no food or drink allowed in SCML classroom.
Transportation: Campus Shuttle Schedule
Cafeteria: Donaldson Commons, School of Management, 140 Prospect St., (203) 432-3400 (hours: 8:00am-2:30pm)
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|#||Trainee Name||Unit||Materials Cataloged|
|1||Arakawa, Steven*||Training & Documentation||Primarily use chapters 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12. Languages: all roman. Only catalog occasionally in current position. NACO reviewer. Former member of Arts & Sciences Team.|
|2||Beacom, Matthew||Networked Information||I catalog online materials--almost entirely in English. I use Part I chapters 1, 9, 12 mostly. Part II, I use the chapters as needed.|
|3||Elman, Sarah||East Asia Library||I catalog Chinese language materials in all formats and train/supervise staff who catalog Japanese and Korean materials. I use AACR2 chapters 1, 2, 12, 21-26 frequently and the other chapters infrequently.|
|4||Fell, Todd||Rare Book Team||I catalog primarily late 19th and 20th century material (monographs). I most often use chapters 1-2 and 22-25. My language areas are English, Russian, and German.|
|5||Friede, Eric||Divinity Library||Primarily monographs (mostly paper, some microfilm
and microfiche), also many videotapes (mostly educational not motion pictures/television),
miscellaneous other materials such as: audiotapes and cds, realia, posters,
an occassional computer file (cd-rom database) or a collection of monographs
on cd-rom. AACR2 chapters I use: primarily chapters 1, 2 and 7; also 6,
9, and 10. Languages I work with: in order of frequency, English, German,
French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese. Those languages are for books. For
other materials most are English.
|6||Lovins, Daniel||Hebraica Team||Materials in Hebrew script, including newspapers, journals, monographic series, serial reprints, and annuals. I think I use all of the AACR2 chapters.|
|7||Griem, Rowena||Arts & Sciences Team||The languages I work with are: English, the Celtic languages, German & all Germanic/Scandinavian languages (Afrikaans, Danish, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, etc.). The series tend to be either poetry series or the conference papers & other publications by scholarly organizations. The publications in the more "unusual languages," such as Welsh, Faroese & Icelandic, tend to be related to language or literature.|
|8||Hsieh, Fanny*||History & Social Sciences Team||I catalog monographs, serials and microforms in English and other Western European languages. I use AACR2 chapters 1-2, 11-13 and 21-26.|
|9||Hunenko, Maria*||Slavic & East European Team||I catalog materials purchased by Slavic and East European Curator in classes A, C-D-DX, G-K and KJ-KKZ, L, M (literature about music, mostly biography), N, and Q-Z; and I use predominantly chapters 1-2, 11-13 and 21-26. I catalog monographs, serials, microforms, occasional map or atlas in all Slavic languages as well as Hungarian, Estonian, Finish, Latvian and Lithuanian (with aid of dictionaries for non Slavic). Sometimes our Curator acquires materials about Eastern Europe in Western European languages, then I catalog those too.|
|10||Koth, Mickey*||Music Library|
|11||Magalhaes-Willson, Soraya||Social Science Library||Serials including integrating resources, monographs,
multi-part monographs, most types of e-documents (web, databases, statistical
data, e-books), United Nations documents, federal government documents,
European Union documents, Canadian documents, video, audio, CD-ROMs. AACR2
chapters used: 1,2, 7, 9, 11, 12, and headings chapters for corporate bodies,
uniform titles, names, geographic headings. Languages: English and French
(mostly), most western European languages, coordinate work for other languages.
|12||Mandour, Cecile*||History & Social Sciences Team||I catalog primarily monographs, microforms, atlases, computer files, videotapes (educational) in English, German, French, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Catalan and Scandinavian, occcasionally in Latin. I use AACR2 chapters 1-3, 7, 9, 11-12, 21-26.|
|13||Roy, Earl||History & Social Sciences Team||I catalog maps and monographs, using chapters 1, 2, and 3 (and 21-26, etc.), primarily in English, German, French, Spanish, and Italian, and occasionally in Dutch, Norwegian, Swedish, and Latin.|
|14||Sarcia, Rick||Arts & Sciences Team||Monographs and serials in print and non-print formats (although not too many electronic resources and not much in the way of microforms); a fair amount of it is literature or literary criticism; also material in the arts, sciences, philosophy and religion. It is primarily Romance language material, some English, and a little (fortunately very little!) Basque. AACR2 chapters: 1, 2, 6, 7, 9, 12 and pretty much all of Part II (and corresponding RIs).|
|15||Suzuki, Keiko||East Asia Library||I mainly catalog books (Chapter 1, 2) and work with Japanese.|
|16||Theroux, Manon*||Authority Control||NACO coordinator, reviewer, trainer. Former rare book cataloger. Primarily cataloged monographs; sometimes serials and maps. Mostly Romance languages, including Latin, sometimes Germanic and Scandinavian, occasionally Greek.|
|17||Thomas, Lynne||Rare Book Team||Usually work on rare materials, 1500-present, in english and most romance languages (French, Latin, Spanish, Italian, etc.); bulk are 1700-1900. Chapters used are those for monographs. (1, 2, (sometimes 13) 21, 22, 26, etc.). Also use DCRB heavily, and several thesauri.|
|18||Welbourne, Penny||Rare Book Team|
|19||Whited, Marie||Law Library||I catalog looseleafs and serials, including monographic series in English and romance languages. I also catalog some German looseleafs. I use AACR2 chapters 1, 2, 12, 21, 25.|
* These individuals are NACO reviewers taking refresher training.