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Student Worker Technical Services Training Manual: How Much Do You Know?

A reference guide for students working in the Technical Services Department

How Much Do You Know About Cataloging?

How much do you know?

There's a lot to remember when you work in Technical Services. Let's see how much you know!
  1. When should I sign my time sheet?

  2. Whenever I feel like it
    As soon as I get a new one
    Every 3rd Friday

  3. What should I do if I can't come to work?

  4. Text, call, or email Shan
    Tell my roommate
    Just don't show up, They love me.

  5. What's the student password for WorkFlows?

  6. Cataloging
    ACUSTUTECH
    TECH

  7. When taking books to the shelving areas I should

  8. Sort them by color
    Place them on the correct shelving shelf
    Leave them on the book truck anywhere

  9. The number on the barcode is called the

  10. Title control number
    Book number
    Item number

  11. When cataloging, if a book is a 4th edition, I need to

  12. Add the year under the cutter
    Add the year to the cutter
    Throw the book away

  13. How do you cutter a book with an author?

  14. Type the first word of the title into the cutter program
    Type the author's last name into the cutter program
    Type the author's first name into the cutter program

  15. Which books get a yellow label?

  16. Fiction
    Reference
    Juvenile fiction

  17. Which books get a blue label?

  18. Religious reference commentaries
    Religious reference
    Juvenile fiction

  19. Which books get a red label?

  20. Religious reference commentaries
    Religious reference
    Juvenile fiction

How Much Do You Know About Government Documents?

How much do you know about Government Documents?

There's a lot to remember when you work in Technical Services.
Let's see what you know about Government Documents?
  1. What is the classification system for GovDocs?

  2. Dewey Decimal
    Library of Congress
    Superintendent of Documents (SuDoc)

  3. What do the letter or letter stand for at the beginning of a Sudoc Number?

  4. Government department, agency or commission
    Random letter choice
    Government author

  5. Why does Brown Library receive Government Documents?

  6. We don't know why
    Brown Library is a government documents depository
    Because purple is our favorite color

  7. How do we know what items we should get?

  8. Ask Jana
    Look it up on WorldCat
    Check the item lister

  9. Where is the GovDocs mail delivered?

  10. To the gray desk by the large copier
    To Shan's office
    To the Post Office in the Campus Center

  11. What is Brown Library's depository number?

  12. 0621A
    0612A
    We don't have a number

  13. When processing a box of government documents, what do I do first?

  14. Take everything out of the box
    Sort the shipping lists by number
    Take the 1st shipping list out and check the item numbers on the Item Lister

  15. How do I search in Workflows by SuDoc number?

  16. Set the index to General and Browse
    Set the index to Call number and Browse
    Set the index to Title and Browse

  17. Which date do I stamp on the items in the box?

  18. Today's date
    The date written on the address label
    Shan's birthday (September 19)

  19. If I get confused about what to do next, I should

  20. Pretend like I know what I'm doing
    Ask Shan or Jana
    Leave