November 28, 2015

Library of Congress Seeks Feedback from Users of Bibliographic and Cataloging Products

The Library of Congress is soliciting help in a survey of bibliographic and cataloging products. The survey is to determine the value and use of the products. LC will “use the study to guide its response to this changing cataloging environment, towards effectively defining its future role, adapting a sustainable financial model, and better serving its audience in the coming years,” according to an LC statement.

This survey is directed at managers of cataloging and technical services units, catalogers, and vendors and distributors of bibliographic data and tools. The survey is available at (username catalog, password survey) and will close after April 12, 2012.

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