Over the years and particularly with the advent of OCLC, more and more tasks once considered the realm of the professional cataloger area being completed by paraprofessionals. This article confines itself to the cataloging paraprofessional, the cataloging record, workload, and training. Who is creating the cataloging record, or, if not responsible for the record in its entirety, who is responsible for parts of it? Does the assuming these higher level tasks, such as creating the call number and subject headings, cause any undue stress for the paraprofessional? What is the stress from workload and pace?
"Stress and Cataloging Paraprofessionals in Academic and Public Libraries in Florida,"
The Southeastern Librarian:
1, Article 5.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/seln/vol59/iss1/5