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Tuesday, 6 March 2012

2012 at Eton College Library

I'm afraid this is a bit of a lazy post, but then I could sell it as efficient! I have written a guest post for High Visibility Cataloguing, a blog promoting the importance of cataloguing in library work, it being a primary step in increasing access. As a cataloguer myself, it is a sentiment in which I believe wholeheartedly. Included in my post are all of the rare books and archives cataloguing projects we are hoping to crack on with this year, like the launch of our OPAC and some questions for which I would particularly like some input, about when collections of manuscripts become an archive. Please do check it out and support High Visibility Cataloguing, who can also be found on Twitter @HVCats.


  1. Hi Louise, I don't think I've seen your blog before, which is weird because I'm also interested in archives, rare books, cataloguing etc. Really enjoyed reading your posts especially the Kindle one.

    1. Hi Alison, thank you, that means a lot! I'm glad you enjoyed them. I'm a regular reader of Special Collections Bradford and now I've spied out your personal blog so I'll be reading that too. As you can see, I've been a bit slack recently because of lots of other exciting things, which I'll be sharing in a 'Dusty' post soon (including a wee spoiler).