1. Anonymous said:

    I agree entirely about the synergy between copy editors and cataloguers, not least in that the value they add to the &quot;content&quot; isn&#39;t often recognised. <br />However, you could take the argument a step further and reflect that accuracy in the content is what makes its users regard it as reliable and trustworthy. Who is going to trust the judgement of the journalist whose article is

    June 7, 2012
    • Absolutely. When I would do copy cataloging and I would see more-or-less elementary mistakes, typos and so forth, it made me much more suspicious of the more difficult areas: did this person <b>really</b> check the authority file? Is this subject <b>really</b> the best you can do?<br /><br />I think there are so many ways that libraries could supply the public with what they want and need. I mean

      June 8, 2012

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