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Creating NACO authority records can constitute an important service for theological librarians, not only for the benefit of other Atla members, but for catalogers in general, since they are contributing information for headings in their own area of specialization and are typically more familiar with the resources that provide the relevant information. This is a description of the basic steps involved in creating a NACO authority record with the help of the Authority Toolkit.
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