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Courses are open only to Nebraska residents or those who are employed by a Nebraska library.
From vinyl records, 8 track tapes, and cassettes to digital and streaming services, various forms of audio recordings have been included in library collections. Those who attend this course will learn how to cataloging audio recordings, particularly audio books and music, in cassette, CD, and downloadable formats.
This class will be held online from October 12th to November 20th In order to receive full credit, all assignments must be completed by November 23rd.
Class participants will access the course web site in order to read materials, discuss issues in a forum, and complete assignments. The class is held asynchronously, which means that participants are not required to be online at any particular time during the six weeks; however, there is a class schedule with due dates that participants are expected to meet. The instructor will interact with the participants during the course to offer feedback and provide explanations of material.
A few days before the class starts, class participants will be sent information about accessing the class.
To receive full credit, participants must complete all assignments.
This class is approved for the NLC Cataloging Certification Program.
Prerequisite: Library staff with some knowledge of MARC records and cataloging rules, preferred that the attendee has completed the Understanding Marc course.
To register: Go to Cataloging Audio Recordings in the Nebraska Library Commission Training Portal. Registration closes October 4th.
This week’s #ThrowbackThursday takes a look at Nebraska education!
This black and white photograph shows students and teachers in front of Castelar School. Located at 18th and Castelar streets in Omaha, the school was opened in 1912. It served students from kindergarten through 8th grade.
The building pictured replaced the original structure in 1885 in the same location. The building went through multiple renovations. It was closed during the 1980s, remodeled and reopened in 1999. Currently, the school serves a new generation of South Omaha students.
This image is owned by the Educational Research Library and is part of the Omaha Public School Archive Collection.
Want to see more Nebraska-related materials? Visit the Nebraska Memories archive!
Nebraska Memories is a cooperative project to digitize Nebraska-related historical and cultural heritage materials and make them available to researchers of all ages via the Internet. The Nebraska Memories archive is brought to you by the Nebraska Library Commission. If your institution is interested in participating in Nebraska Memories, see http://nlc.nebraska.gov/nebraskamemories/participation.aspx for more information.