Kate Seago currently serves as Director of Acquisitions for University of Kentucky Libraries. She is also the faculty liaison for the School of Library and Information Science and the Division of Classics. Her primary interest is in how technology has changed technical services and its role in the library. She has also served as an adjunct faculty person for the School of Library and Information Science teaching classes in cataloging and technical services.
An Automated Reclassification Project at the University of Kentucky (with Nancy Lewis), Cataloging & Classification Quarterly (2000)
The University of Kentucky Libraries began use of the Library of Congress Classification System in...
Investing in People Resources: Ways and Means of Training, Kentucky Libraries (1998)
Restoration Satire, Five Views of an Age: A Selection of Late Seventeenth Century Pamphlets from Ellis Library's Rare Book Room (1987)
Progress Report on Kentucky State Publications Cataloging Grant, Let's Talk Documents (1990)
Finding the Silver Lining in the Cloud: Reconstructing Local File Management, eBUG (Ex Libris Bluegrass Users Group) Conference (2012)
Charting Strange Lands: The Acquisitions of e-Books, Ohio Group of Technical Services Librarians 2011 Conference (2011)
You’ve Flipped: The Implications of e-Journals as Your Primary Format, Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference (2011)
Adapting & Evolving: Mapping New Routes (with Mary Beth Thomson), Ohio Valley Group of Technical Services Librarians 2007 Conference (2007)
When Two Streams Meet: Joining Acquisitions and Federal Depository Processing (with Sandra McAninch), Ohio Valley Group of Technical Services Librarians 2006 Conference (2006)
Due to the library reorganization, the Acquisitions Dept. and Federal Depository Librarian were asked to...