Increasing Access, Increasing Effectiveness

Increasing Access, Increasing Effectiveness

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San Francisco Public Library's Koret Auditorium

100 Larkin St.

San Francisco, California 94102

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NCTPG 2019 Annual Meeting

Increasing Access, Increasing Effectiveness

Doors open at 9:00AM, program starts at 9:30AM


  • How to Become a High-Performing Technical Services Department Lisa Dale - Collection Services Manager, Sacramento Public Library

  • Increasing Access at Niebyl Proctor Marxist Library through the Cataloging and Preservation of Leftist Thought in Monograph Collections Ari Kleinman - Cataloging Librarian & Brian McNeilly - Systems Librarian, Niebyl Proctor Marxist Library

  • The Macro Challenges of Microformats: A Tale of Deaccessioning and Digitization Sarah McClung - Head of Collection Development, University of California, San Francisco Library & Chris Freeland - Director of Open Libraries, Internet Archive

  • Increasing Discoverability, Access and Circulation of Objects (Equipment and Realia) in Libraries Cyrus Ford - Special Formats Librarian, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

In addition to the speakers, we will have lightning talks and a problem sharing activity.

If you'd like a head start on the problem sharing activity, you can visit our Google spreadsheet to list and answer questions about technical services workflow challenges.

We continue our new tradition of hosting optional tours after the annual meeting, from 2:30-3:30PM:

Please visit our Google survey for more information and to sign up for your tour in advance.

Become an NCTPG member by May 8 for $35 to attend the meeting, or pay $40 for membership at the door the day of the event. If you wish to pay by check, contact us here for futher details. Cash and checks accepted day of. Please enter through the Grove Street entrance of the library.

For more information about the annual meeting and programs, please see our website, or email us at

This is not a San Francisco Public Library Sponsored Program. Please use public contact information provided above.

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