Backstage completes large-scale retrospective conversion project to benefit England’s new state-of-the-art Library of Birmingham

PROVO, Utah, October 4, 2013 – Backstage Library Works has completed a large-scale retrospective conversion project as part of the development of the new Library of Birmingham which opened on September 3, 2013, replacing the former Central Library. Continue reading

State Library of Massachusetts partners with Backstage Library Works for retrospective conversion, reclassification and digitization

PROVO, Utah, July 15, 2013 — The State Library of Massachusetts has partnered with Backstage Library Works in retrospective conversion, reclassification, and digitization of portions of its legislative and historical collections. The agreement is helping the library to complete a major initiative in data upgrades and physical renovations to create a wide-reaching digital collection on Beacon Hill in Boston, Massachusetts. Continue reading

Phoenix Public Library partners with Backstage for cataloging and shelf ready processing

PROVO, Utah, June 10, 2013 — Phoenix Public Library (Phoenix, Ariz.) has chosen Backstage Library Works to provide cataloging and processing services for select non‑English-language materials. The agreement allows the library to receive these books fully labeled, complete with catalog records, and ready to go directly onto library shelves.

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Cleveland Museum of Art selects Backstage Library Works for CJK cataloging

PROVO, Utah, November 19, 2012 — The Ingalls Library at the Cleveland Museum of Art will utilize the cataloging services of Backstage Library Works for select non-English language materials. The new project includes full-level cataloging for Chinese, Japanese and Korean titles, with LC classification, LC subject headings, scripts and transliteration as appropriate. Continue reading

University of Colorado Boulder to begin cataloging project with Backstage Library Works

PROVO, Utah, August 29, 2012 — The University of Colorado Boulder has engaged the cataloging services of Backstage Library Works for select non-English language materials. The new project involves full-level cataloging for items published in Arabic, Farsi, Hindi, Korean and Tibetan. Cataloging will include Library of Congress classification and subject headings, with scripts and transliteration as appropriate. Continue reading