Authority file oclc record updating

Need enhance status (end of Sept 2006) See below under Non-Roman Script authorizations Walpole: Needs: cataloging authorization and password (by end of Aug 2006) Arts Library Technical Services needs search authorization (by end of Aug 2006) NOTE: ? DONE Additional NACO authorization and password needs (based on RLG accounts): 1.Determine whether any live authorizations and passwords need to be discontinued: NOTE: Sent list of RECON authorizations and passwords to the Team Leader of Catalog Management, and Chief Catalog Librarian. Cataloging full mode: for catalog staff who are not authorized to enhance records 2.This document is free for distribution to all interested parties; with the understanding that its content is subject to change at any time (note date at top) NOTE: The Law Library will manage its own migration, as they use iii, and import records using Z39.50.OCLC authorizations and passwords (current and future) Compile a single list of all current OCLC authorizations and passwords (all types of authorizations). Compile list of all authorizations and passwords: DONE This list has been posted in a shared file, accessible to the Chief Catalog Librarian, both Assistant Department Heads, the Authority Control Librarian, and the Training and Documentation Librarian.Access to all records contributed by all participating rare book and museum catalogers, is currently available only on RLIN21.Museums, and Rare Book catalogers around the country are often RGL-only, seldom using OCLC for cataloging input or copy.

Catalog Copy for most of our Roman script material has been more readily, and reliably available on OCLC for some time now, and many acquisitions and copy cataloging units have already streamlined their workflows to search OCLC alone for most Roman script copy.Goal: Smooth migration to OCLC from RLIN21 for all acquisitions and cataloging units that currently use RLIN21 as part of their workflow.These units include those in SML, as well as Divinity, the science libraries, Medical, and the Arts Libraries.Non-Roman Script OCLC search and export authorizations would allow for search and export, but not editing and updating.

Roman script copy cataloging has already migrated, for the most part (see introduction) RLG is conducting a survey to determine what our migration plans are, and when non-Roman script data migration needs to happen. DONE Survey completed by Yale, and submitted 11 August 2006.

These specialized catalogers use fields and data that do not currently display in OCLC.