Profile: Meet Michelle Hahn, Sound Recording Cataloger/Music Librarian at the William and Gayle Cook Music Library (Indiana University-Bloomington)
From Indiana University-Bloomington:
Each day, Michelle Hahn walks downstairs to the basement of the William and Gayle Cook Music Library. The sound recordings cataloger and assistant librarian finds her way through blue and gray bins and stacks of boxes containing reel tapes, vinyl records, CDs and cassette tapes.
“Cataloging is intended to help a user search for relevant content, determine whether the content will meet their needs and locate the content,” she said.
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