Carleton University Library has an innovative staff development program to expand the skill set of e-book cataloguers to provide a comprehensive service to manage and expand access e-books. In 2009 Carleton University Library hired its first e-book cataloguer in response to the rapid growth of digital resources in the Library collection; a second position was added in 2011. These positions have successfully evolved to incorporate a wide variety of duties related to e-books in response to rapidly changing digital environment. Conference poster presented at the CLA annual conference, June 3 to 5, 2015 in Ottawa, Ontario.

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Conference Canadian Library Assocation
Cross, E, Hayward, A, & McGreal, L. (2015). Value added proposition: the evolution of e-book cataloguers at Carleton University Library. Presented at the Canadian Library Assocation.