Thank you for joining your Alliance colleagues to discuss and share achievements and future explorations in shared content and technical services.
We really enjoyed seeing you there!
We'd love to have your feedback on SCTS Days 2020. If you attended any of the sessions, please consider replying to our feedback survey.
The recordings of the presentations are linked below with the accompanying slides.
October 13, 2020
Best Practices for Recording Faceted Chronological Data in Bibliographic Records - Casey Mullin, Western Washington University (Slides)
October 14, 2020
PCC Conventional Collective Title (CCT) Feasibility Study - Adam Schiff, University of Washington (Slides)
Local Edits to CZ Master Bibs: Impact and Future Directions - Steve Shadle, University of Washington (Slides)
Exploring the Use of Wikidata: Highlights of a Sabbatical - Lori Robare, University of Oregon (Slides)
October 15, 2020
SCTS Team update - Sarah Rowland, Eastern Oregon University (No Slides)
E-Content Standing Group update - Jill Emery, Portland State University (No Slides)