See Also Links
A Code of Ethics for Catalogers
The official website of the Cataloging Ethics Steering Committee
Collections 2.0 Content and Community ~ the Future of Library Collections
Steven R. Harris asks and answers the question "How can we continue to develop and maintain rich cultural repositories and also implement the best of 2.0 to foster community around those repositories? "
Collection Developments @ Sno-Isle
Jim McCluskey, Collection Development Assistant Mgr. at Sno-Isle Libraries, and his crew put a lot of energy into their work and they "hope you’ll come back regularly and look around since we post new entries frequently."
Compiles reviews from respected critics and publications for film, video/dvd, books, music, television and games
New books, reviews, podcasts of author interviews, recommendations
Bookbinding: A Tutorial
How to preservation photocopy and bind a decaying paperback.
Conservation Book Repair: A training manual
Downloadable by chapter or in its entirety as a PDF. Includes a glossary and bibliography.
Three Basic Book Repair Procedures
Hinge Tightening I, Hinge Tightening II, Tipping-In Loose Pages, Three procedures from an ALA workshop, illustrated with photos
Large repository of resources gathered by the National Digital Information Infrastructure & Preservation Program, a collaborative initiative of the Library of Congress.
Blog by Jill Hurst-Wahl, "The place for staying up-to-date on issues, topics, lessons learned and events surrounding the creation, management, marketing and preservation of digital assets."
NDIIPP Partner Tools and Services Inventory
An A-to-Z list of tools to aid your digital preservation initiatives
Digital Library Federation
The site offers you information about developing digital collections and managing networked information for the benefit of scholarship, education, and cultural progress.
Northeast Document Conservation Center
'NEDCC is the largest nonprofit, regional conservation center in the United States. Its mission is to improve the preservation programs of libraries, archives, museums, and other historical and cultural organizations; to provide the highest quality services to institutions that cannot afford in-house conservation facilities or that require specialized expertise; and to provide leadership to the preservation field.'