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The Feasibility Study of Catalog Professional Certification of Atypical Catalogers
Cataloger’s Professional Certification
Taiwan in recent years, the preparation of all types of libraries in general because of reduced manpower, many libraries in order to save manpower and streamlining the financial and bibliographic databases to solve the needs of businesses choose to outsource cataloging. But the library catalog outsourcing may bring the greatest anxiety is the problem of quality books, and books bearing on the quality of the good wilt the performance of the operation of the library automation system, not accidentally. Library cataloging not only the existence of quality management, outsourcing company to be more unstable because of the quality of personnel employed is difficult to control quality and lead to books, the library co-operation of business development. How to use the training of professional catalogers authentication mechanism to address the library community and the industry quality management problems bibliography, as of motivation. This study aimed to understand the present, through literature and outsourcing organization cataloging cataloging status, catalogers to participate in certification of the possible factors, the domestic implementation of the certification system for professionals in the subject cataloging. Organize the literature from, designed to duplicate the questionnaire, a catalog company to object, in order to understand the catalog company's operating situation, employment policy and implementation and training staff on the implementation of professional certification system catalog views; a to employment Atypical catalogers cataloging company targeted to understand the work of atypical cataloging staff professional skills and professional knowledge of the needs of its cataloging staff of professional certification requirements, and then explore the establishment of Professional certification system catalog feasibility.
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