Friday, March 30, 2012

Library of Congress Survey Invitation: Bibliographic Data and Cataloging Products

You are invited and encouraged to participate in a survey studying the value and use of Library of Congress’ bibliographic data and cataloging products. The Library will use the survey results as part of a strategic study to guide its response to this changing environment, supporting the Library in its goal to effectively define its future role, adapt a sustainable financial model, and better serve its mission in the years ahead.
This survey is directed at:
  • managers of cataloging and technical services units
  • catalogers
  • vendors and distributors of bibliographic data and tools
Your participation in this survey is important as your opinions will help the Library of Congress develop policies on the cataloging products and services it makes available to you. To enter the survey, point your browser to: If desired, you will have an opportunity to save your work and continue at a later date.
Survey login:
Username: catalog
Password: survey

The survey will close at midnight Pacific Time, Thursday, April 12, 2012.
The Library of Congress thanks you for your time and effort in completing this survey. Your input is valuable and appreciated.
If you have any questions while taking this survey, please contact Karen Wilson at


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