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Change in Cataloging Unit Hierarchical Structure in Doctoral Institutions Over Time

109 respondents from doctoral institutions answered both a question that analyzed the current hierarchy of their cataloging unit and the hierarchy that was present 10 years prior. The current structure question was presented as follows: "Beginning with the highest level... Continue Reading →

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2-layer Reporting Structures for Academic Cataloging Units in Doctoral Institutions

In this post, we will explore the profile of the doctoral institutions that reported having 2 layers in their organizational hierarchies.  Overall, 173 people respondents answered this question: “Beginning with the highest level of administration in your specific library, (for... Continue Reading →

3-layer Reporting Structures for Academic Cataloging Units in Doctoral Institutions

In this post, we will explore the profile of the doctoral institutions that reported having 3 layers in their organizational hierarchies.  Overall, 173 people respondents answered this question: “Beginning with the highest level of administration in your specific library, (for... Continue Reading →

4-layer Reporting Structures for Academic Cataloging Units in Doctoral Institutions

In this post, we will explore the profile of the doctoral institutions that reported having 4 layers in their organizational hierarchies.  Overall, 173 people respondents answered this question: “Beginning with the highest level of administration in your specific library, (for... Continue Reading →

5-layer Reporting Structures for Academic Cataloging Units in Doctoral Institutions

In this post, we will explore the profile of the doctoral institutions that reported having 5 layers in their organizational hierarchies.  Overall, 173 people respondents answered this question: “Beginning with the highest level of administration in your specific library, (for... Continue Reading →

6-layer Reporting Structures for Academic Cataloging Units in Doctoral Institutions

In this post, we will explore the profile of the doctoral institutions that reported having 6 layers in their organizational hierarchies.  Overall, 173 respondents answered this question: “Beginning with the highest level of administration in your specific library, (for example,... Continue Reading →

7-layer Reporting Structures for Academic Cataloging Units in Doctoral Institutions

In this post, we will explore the profile of the doctoral institutions that reported having 7 layers in their organizational hierarchies.  173 responded answered this question: “Beginning with the highest level of administration in your specific library, (for example, the... Continue Reading →

Reporting Structures of Cataloging Units in Doctoral Institutions

173 respondents from doctoral-granting institutions described their current cataloging structures and reporting hierarchy.  The survey asked respondents the following: "Beginning with the highest level of administration in your specific library, (for example, the Director/ Dean/University Librarian level) record the reporting... Continue Reading →

Outsourcing in Multi-Library Systems

This post will analyze how often and in what ways multi-library systems outsource cataloging.  You can see previous posts on the frequency of multi-library systems and more information on outsourcing in general. 323 respondents answered two questions regarding outsourcing of cataloging and... Continue Reading →

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