Douglas County Libraries (DCL) is a public library system that serves the citizens of Douglas County in central Colorado. The DCL does both original and copy cataloging, and it is a NACO library. They use SirsiDynix's Horizon ILS. The cataloging staff consists of one senior cataloger and four catalog librarians, who primarily do copy cataloging. Two staff members participated in the RDA test. DCL continues to use RDA for the original cataloging of books and other select formats. Nancy Kall, Senior Cataloger, Special Collections at DCL, answered our questions.
The full program for ALA's 2012 Midwinter Meeting is now online through ALA Connect Conference Scheduler. The Conference Scheduler makes it easy to track down events focused on your interests, and to create and manage a personal schedule for your time at the meeting.
The State Library of Pennsylvania can trace its origins to a 1745 action by the legislature of the colony of Pennsylvania. The cataloging of three professionals and one paraprofessional does both original and copy cataloging and creates authority records. The three staff professionals participated in the test. The staff uses the Voyager ILS from Ex Libris. The State Library has continued to catalog in RDA, though they have relied on AACR2 for copy cataloging. Thomas Duszak, head of collections/cataloging, answered our questions.