|As the result of a workflow analysis in 2008, the University Library's Technical Services underwent a department wide redesign. Effective June 2nd the Catalog and Acquisitions Departments, as they were, ceased to exist. New units were created and positions were realigned.
- The existing Catalog Department became Resource Description & Management (RDM) and is divided into four units: Original/Adaptive Cataloging, Special Formats and Metadata, Slavic/East European and Database Management Services (DMS).
- The Acquisitions Department became Monographic Services (MS). It also consists of four units: Order Management, Receiving and FastCat, Standing Orders and Gifts.
- A third department, E-Resources & Serials Management, was created in order to process the increasing volume of serials and electronic materials. This department is composed of: Electronic Resources, Electronic Resources Access, Serials Access and Electronic Resources Cataloging.
E-Resources & Serials Management
Head: Christine Stachowicz, email@example.com
Head: Stephen Brooks, firstname.lastname@example.org
Resource Description & Management
Head: Margaretta Yarborough, email@example.com
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Other specialized cataloging is done in some of the branch libraries such as the North Carolina Collection, the Rare Books Collection as well as in the Health Sciences and Law libraries.
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