What do they do? — Kathy Watson

Kathy Watson
Cataloging Assistant

I am a Cataloging Assistant and have been at this position for 12 years. I catalog new books and gifts (books donated to the Library). Cataloging consists not only of entering a record into our catalog, but also processing and labeling the book or audiovisual item for use by our patrons. I also take care of damaged books, making repairs in-house and preparing more seriously damaged items for the bookbindery.

The Cataloging Department is essential to the success of the Library because accurate bibliographic records help researchers to know what items are owned by the Library, what they are about, and where to locate them in the Library or online.

My free time is spent enjoying my family and being an active grandmother to my three young grandchildren who live in the area. I also attend Courthouse Community United Methodist Church and Sunday school, and belong to their women’s group that sponsors many worthwhile charitable projects. My life is complete!

2 thoughts on “What do they do? — Kathy Watson

  1. dorohar

    Kathy I love seeing your smiling face every morning. You are a delight to work with.


  2. kls

    Thank you for all your behind-the-scenes hard work! The library is the heart of the university and you help keep that heart running smoothly. Much appreciated!


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