Presentations from the MOUG 2021 Conference
February 22-24, 2021


MOUG 2021 Playlist

Microgenres: Memory, Community, and Preserving the Present (SlidesVideo)
Leonard Martin (University of Houston)

Underrepresented Collections in the Howard B. Waltz Music Library: Analyzing and Improving Subject Headings for Music Materials (SlidesVideo)
Clara Burns (University of Colorado, Boulder)
Linda Bagley (University of Colorado, Boulder)
Kelsey Fuller (University of Colorado, Boulder)

Reference, Discovery and Collection Committee / OCLC Discovery Services update (SlidesVideo)
Monica Figueroa (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Jay Holloway (OCLC)

Expanding Catalog Access to Electronic Resources with WorldShare Collection Manager (SlidesVideo)
Keith Knop (University of Georgia)
Simon Hunt (University of Georgia)

On the Road to Easier Digital Score Acquisition (SlidesVideo)
Kristi Bergland (University of Minnesota)

Building a Career in Music Librarianship (Slides)
Sonia Archer-Capuzzo (University of North Carolina, Greensboro), Moderator
Ryan Johnson (Duke University)
Bret McCandless (Rowan University)
Sara Outhier (University of Kansas)
Hannah Spence (New England Conservatory)
Emily Vickers (Eastern Washington University)

A Brief Update on Music Cataloging and the New RDA (Slides)
Chris Holden (Library of Congress)

1968 Revisited: Cataloging Nono’s Musica-manifesto n. 1 (Slides)
Phyllis Jones (Oberlin College and Conservatory)

Cataloging Transcriptions of Jazz Performances (Slides)
Amanda L. Scott (Middle Tennessee State University)

Using the Music Toolkit to Add Genre, Instrumentation, and More Access Points to Score and Recording Records (Slides)
Marty Jenkins (Wright State University)

Best Practices for Cataloging Librettos (SlidesVideo)
Morris S. Levy (The Ohio State University)


A Shot in the Arm: Injecting Local Catalog Data into OCLC Master Records Using a Connexion Macro-Assisted Workflow (Slides)
Jim Soe Nyun (UC San Diego)

Universally Remote: Cataloging Digital Collections with the Help of Student Employees (Slides)
Clare Spitzer (Stanford University)

Julia A. Perry Collection Goes Digital! (Slides)
Stephanie Sussmeier (Westminster Choir College of Rider University)

Yo Ho, a Trader’s Life for Me!, or, The Terrible Tales of Traded Tapes in our Special Collections (Slides)
Thomas Pease (Library of Congress)
Michelle Hahn (Indiana University)