This paper presents an implementation strategy for adding Internet resources to a library online catalog using OCLC's Cooperative Online Resource Catalog (CORC). Areas of consideration include deciding which electronic resources to include in the online catalog and how to select them. The value and importance of pathfinders in creating electronic bibliographies and the role of library staff in updating them is introduced. Using an electronic suggestion form as a means of Internet resource collection development is another innovative method of enriching library collections. Education and training for cataloging staff on Dublin Core elements is also needed. Attention should be paid to the needs of distance learners in providing access to Internet resources. The significance of evaluating the appropriateness of Internet resources for library collections is emphasized.
Ellett, Robert O. Jr.
"Search Engines Giving You Garbage? Put A "Corc" In It, Implementing The Cooperative Online Resource Catalog,"
The Christian Librarian: Vol. 44:
2, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/tcl/vol44/iss2/3