Rethinking cataloguing – deadline extended to 28 March

March 23, 2022

Rethinking cataloguing – deadline extended to 28 March

Collections Trust wants your feedback on their revised Spectrum Cataloguing procedure.

Building on previous roundtable discussions, Collections Trust is considering some changes to their Spectrum Cataloguing procedure in order to challenge the ‘gatekeeper’ mindset that’s holding back a more open and inclusive approach.

This exciting ‘rethinking cataloguing’ campaign is a chance for you to give your feedback on a new draft version of the Spectrum Cataloguing scope and policy questions. You can read the full details about the revisions and leave your feedback on their website.

Deadline has been extended to 28 March 2022.

Why not join in the conversation by sharing the campaign on social media, using the hashtag #RethinkingCataloguing.

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