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At the August 26, 2020 meeting, attendees discussed the documentary Change the Subject. Nancy Poehlmann, Special Collections Cataloging Coordinator at the Universitity of Albany, talked specifically about The SUNY Library Consortia Local Subject Heading Initiative. This was followed by a conversation among participants about what and when sujbect headings should be changed and the implications of such projects and work.
- SUNY Library Consortia's Change the Subject Project LibGuide
- California State University Libraries have formed a Culturally Responsive Cataloging Working Group consisting of library staff and faculty members in the Ethnic Studies Department and School of Education to examine labels, nomenclature, and terminology across the library's online cataloging platforms.
- Hanging Together, an OCLC Research Blog: Strategies for alternate subject headings and maintaining subject headings.
- Radical Cataloging: Using alternative subject headings locally to promote inclusiveness and diversity, part of an online learning series from the Colorado State Library
- Lember, H., Lipkin, S., & Lee, R. J. (2013). Radical Cataloging: From words to action. Urban Library Journal, 19 (1). Retrieved from https://academicworks.cuny.edu/ulj/vol19/iss1/7/
- Annual 2016 – Report from the SAC Working Group on the LCSH “Illegal aliens”
- Diversity Standards: Cultural Competency for Academic Libraries (2012) Standard 4. Development of collections, programs, and services.
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