Cataloging has undergone many changes designed to accommodate the description of a wide variety of resources. This volume contains papers that cover a range of topics ranging from metadata interoperability to use of library authority files as building blocks for the Semantic Web to the progress of digital libraries in China.
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Michael A. Chopey is a catalog librarian at the University of Hawaii at Manoa (UHM). He specializes in cataloging monographs and electronic and integrating resources. He also oversees the creation of Dublin Core metadata for digital collections at UHM and teaches cataloging in the graduate LIS program at UHM. Chopey holds an MSLIS from the Palmer School of Library and Information Science and an MA from New York University. He is a voting member of Committee on Cataloging: Description and Access (CC:DA) and has chaired and served on numerous CC:DA task forces, including the CC:DA Task Force on ONIX International. He recently chaired the Joint ALA/British Library Task Force to Reconceptualize Chapter 9 of AACR2.
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