“Cataloging by yourself in the 21st century: hints for the solo librarian” The ubiquity of the web has changed the process of finding bibliographic and authority records for cataloging purposes. The Library of Congress catalog and authority file are both available to search and provide a lot of information. Many other library catalogs can be searched. Much documentation is available. Software packages are available for simple opacs. This will be an open but focused discussion of how to effectively use these resources to make your cataloging time more effective and your collection more accessible.