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Friday, August 01, 2008

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Jonathan Rochkind

Allyson was my cataloging professor in library school, who reassured me that cataloging really could be a vibrant intellectually rigorous useful endeavor for the 21st century--and that I wasn't entirely crazy for thinking that the way cataloging was done now wasn't what it could and should be! Without her, I probably would have given up on cataloging altogether!

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