The RAS Cataloging Committee maintains a wiki at http://rascat.pbworks.com/ that contains notes and discussion on Hebraica cataloging

Discovering Jewish Studies Collections in Academic Libraries: A Practical Guide by Izabella Taler. ERIC document (ED545384) - By identifying all relevant Library of Congress call numbers and the corresponding Library of Congress subject headings, the guide offers a simplified access to Jewish Studies sources in general library collections.

Hebraica Funnel "This website contains resources that can assist catalogers of materials written in Hebrew script to create Hebraica name records that are added to the LCNAF. It offers an opportunity for institutions that catalog and collection Hebraica materials to participate collectively, ultimately providing better standardized access to these collections. Members may be individual institutions which may otherwise not meet expected NACO contribution levels."

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The RAS Cataloging Committee Wiki provides meeting minutes, error reports and other information that committee members and other Hebraica catalogers find useful.


Presentations:
Biella, Joan. The Philosophy of Romanization -- presented at the 2004 AJL Convention.
Rachel Simon. Collection Level Cataloging -- presented at the 2005 AJL Convention.
Nof, Jasmin. On Cataloging Using OCLC -- presented at the 2006 AJL Convention.
Whitehair, David. Cataloging with OCLC -- presented at the 2006 AJL Convention.
Adler, Elhanan. //Implications of LC Guidelines for the Non-Sorting Control Character Technique for Hebraica Headings// ---- presented at the 2004 AJL Convention.
Levy, David B.: //Ancient to Modern Jewish Classification Systems: An Overview from the Beit HaMikdash Temple Archive to H.A. Wolfson, G. Scholem, A. Freidus, D. Elazar & LC// --presented at the 2001 AJL Convention.
Weinberg, Bella Hass. //Variant Record Structures in the Cataloging of Judaica Non-Book Materials: Implications for the Primacy of MARC// -- presented at the 2002 AJL Convention.
Goldberg, Marcia. //Authority Control: Creating a Policy/Training Syllabus// -- presented at the 2003 AJL Convention.
Creating Documentation as a Tool for Training and Communication-- presented by Sara Spiegel, Administrative Librarian for Technical Services, The Jewish Theological Seminary of America at the 2005 AJL-NYMA Cataloging Workshop.