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One for Nine Ten: Cataloging for Consortia Collections, a UC model

  • Author(s): Chin, Renee
  • Deng, Shi
  • Culbertson, Rebecca
  • Garvey-Clasby, Kathleen
  • Ma, Bie-hwa
  • O'Sullivan, Donal
  • Ross, Annie
  • et al.

In January 2000, the University of California created the Shared Cataloging Program (SCP). Based at the University of California, San Diego, the SCP is a “centralized cataloging model” for the California Digital Library consortium collections. This article will take an evolutionary look at the perpetual challenges of sustaining a consortial cataloging model and highlight the efforts of the SCP in the ongoing quest to eliminate the redundancy of efforts by centralizing the optimization of cataloging efficiency.

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