Good morning all!


Please see below for some information regarding the Cataloguing Code of Ethics - Call for Case Studies.


The Cataloging Ethics Steering Committee (CESC), who recently released the final version of the Cataloguing Code of Ethics, is now accepting community-generated case studies that illustrate the practical application of the statements of ethical principles. The CESC hopes that the case studies will provide guidance to cataloging community members who face similar ethical situations and issues.


For more information about how to create and contribute a case study, please go to the following page on the Cataloging Ethics Steering Committee website:

If you have any questions, please contact Cataloging Ethics Steering Committee co-chairs Karen Snow ([log in to unmask]) and Beth Shoemaker ([log in to unmask]).




Amy Lorencz, MLIS

Metadata and Copyright Librarian
Patrick Power Library
Saint Mary's University 


Saint Mary’s University has transitioned to virtual operations in response to COVID-19. Our work is continuing and we appreciate your support and understanding. I am working remotely and responding to emails, phone calls and am available for virtual meetings.


Saint Mary's University is in Mi'kma'ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the L’nu


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