[CatSIG] Te Puna / OCLC workflows

Staincliffe, Paul Paul.Staincliffe at agresearch.co.nz
Fri Aug 24 07:53:06 NZST 2007

Hi all

We do not source huge numbers of records from Te Puna but have found the
added availability and ease with which records can be downloaded from
OCLC to be an advantage to our workflows. This aspect has certainly
saved us time and work on a number of occasions.

It would be good to hear from libraries working with larger amounts of


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On Behalf Of Ksenija Obradovic
Sent: Thursday, 23 August 2007 4:44 p.m.
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Subject: [CatSIG] Te Puna / OCLC workflows

Good afternoon fellow cataloguers,

It is over a month now since we've all had access to OCLC and I was
wondering how much this has changed our workflows. Do you go to OCLC
first now? Or is your main source of records still Te Puna? Do you
prefer cataloguing on OCLC or Te Puna, and why?


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