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December 17, 2014
 
 
 
 
 

About Us

The Shared Cataloging Program (SCP) provides catalog records for the University of California campus libraries. Established in January 2000, the program is based at UC San Diego.

The main goals of the SCP are to ensure the representation of CDL-licensed materials in UC campus integrated library systems and (through the campus ILSs) to Melvyl® in a timely fashion, to maintain the currency of subscriber and coverage data, to eliminate the redundancy of cataloging efforts among the UC campuses, and to keep links current through the use of persistent identifiers.

Organization

Campus Contacts Related to SCP Activities: Campus contacts related to SCP activities, including advisory committee members, cataloging liaisons, systems liaisons, and proxy contacts.

SCP Advisory Committee: Includes committee charge, meeting minutes, and advisory/policy structure.

SCP Advisory Policy Structure [PPT]: Diagram of groups and reporting lines.


Priorities and Strategies

Chinese Language Resources Cataloging Priorities and Status [PDF]: Cataloging priorities and status for Chinese language databases/packages cataloged at title-level and as single databases. Collectively developed by the East Asian bibliographers and SCP.

Overview of CDL Acquisitions and the SCP [PPT]: Generalized version of the individual PowerPoint presentations given at each of the UC campuses between June 21 and November 10, 2005, detailing various aspects of CDL Acquisitions and the Shared Cataloging Program.

Requests for New SCP Cataloging Projects: Guidelines for submitting cataloging requests for groups of free or licensed titles for submission to the Joint Steering Committee on Shared Collections.

SCP Phased Cataloging Strategies [PDF]: Outlines two cataloging strategies for newly acquired packages, or existing packages as deemed appropriate, involving batch processing and minimal verification. (03/23/09)

SCP Cataloging Priorities [DOC]: Addresses questions about SCP cataloging priorities and how they are established.

Task Group for Systemwide E-Resources Workflow Efficiencies [PDF]: Background, charge, deliverables, membership, and timeline for this task group. (12/07/10)

 

Last updated: October 11, 2013
Document owner: Becky Culbertson