Martha Loesch is a Catalog Librarian and Associate Professor at Seton Hall
University Libraries in South Orange, New Jersey. She holds a M.S. from the School of
Library and Information Science, Pratt Institute and a M.Ed. from the College of
Education and Human Services, Seton Hall University. As a Cataloger, Martha processes
materials in multiple formats for various collections and manages the Curriculum Resource
Center while also working on various projects such as the library book collection
inventory, electronic submission of theses and dissertations, metadata for digital
collections, transition to the new Resource Description and Access (RDA) and Functional
Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBF) cataloging models. She teaches information
literacy, serves as a liaison to the College of Education and Human Services, the Msgr.
James C. Turro Seminary Library, and the College Seminary, St. Andrew’s Hall. She also
serves on university as well as Faculty Senate committees and professional organizations.
Martha conducts research on information literacy, the evolving role of librarians, and
cataloging related topics. 

Articles

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RDA in Perspective: how to use the library literature to your advantage, Technical Services Quarterly (2013)

With the publication of the new cataloging standard, Resource Development and Access (RDA) in June...

 

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Survey of Digitized Rare Catholica: Summary Report of Results (with Marta M. Deyrup and Pat Lawton), Update: the Newsletter of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities (2011)
 

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From Both Sides, Now: Librarians team up with computer scientist to deliver virtual Computer-Information Literacy instruction., Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning (2011)

Two members of the library faculty at Seton Hall University teamed up with a respected...

 

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Inventory redux: a twenty-first century adaptation, Technical Services Quarterly (2011)

With an eye toward preparing for a future integrated library management system, Seton Hall University...