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Bibframe and the “wisdom of smallness”saskiayave

Sun, 08 Dec 2013 09:05:29 +0000

At the end of November 2013, a conference was held at the Library of Congress giving an update on the development of Bibframe. The recording and transcript can be found here. Eric Miller of Zepheira presented a fascinating first glimpse at an input tool, but it was most astonishing to hear him use the word […]


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Building the Field Book Registrysaskiayave

Sun, 01 Dec 2013 06:43:26 +0000

Field books (primary source documents that are created during field research and that are of big importance for natural history) are unique because they come in a variety of formats and material types. The recent D-Lib Magazine features an article by Sonoe Nakasone and Carolyn Sheffield, “Descriptive metadata for field books: methods and practices of the […]


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Food for thought on the future of catalogingsaskiayave

Sun, 10 Nov 2013 16:16:01 +0000

I would like to share Karen Coyle’s comment from the Bibframe list for us all to contemplate:  … And as Shlomo [Sanders of ExLibris] has pointed out in another forum, for ILS vendors who have discovery layers, it is essential that any bibliographic space today be able to seamlessly include both library holdings as well […]


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Digital BBC World Service radio archivessaskiayave

Fri, 01 Nov 2013 13:26:12 +0000

The BBC World Service Archive Prototype is a website that provides access to the huge digital archive of radio programs of the BBC World Service. Yves Raimond and Tristan Ferne describe in a concise article (PDF, 8 pages) how Semantic Web technologies, automation and crowdsourcing are used to annotate, correct and add metadata for search […]


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Annotate movie and video credit metadata!saskiayave

Fri, 04 Oct 2013 14:33:40 +0000

The OLAC Movie & Video Credit Annotation Experiment is part of a larger project to make it  easier to find film and video in libraries and archives. This experiment breaks current movie records down to pull out all the cast and crew information so that it may be re-ordered and manipulated. We also want to make […]


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Efficient e-book metadata managementsaskiayave

Sun, 22 Sep 2013 15:36:38 +0000

I was just watching OCLC’s recent presentation on their Next Generation Metadata Management which includes an interesting overview (YouTube) by VIVA, the Virtual Library of Virginia, that coordinates the collection management and resource sharing of online resources in a consortial environment. Managing the e-book metadata for the Austrian library consortium and also serving one library with […]


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Archives remixedsaskiayave

Thu, 01 Aug 2013 10:10:48 +0000

In its recent installment, entitled “Curating the Analog, Curating the Digital”, Archives remixed, part of the Archive Journal, features two articles that might be of interest to librarians and especially catalogers: “All in the Family: a dinner table conversation about libraries, archives, data, and science” by sisters Kristen A. Yarmey (Digital Services Librarian) and Lynn A. Yarmey […]


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New access to culturesaskiayave

Tue, 09 Jul 2013 17:11:44 +0000

Some interesting points by Mark Sands, director of media and audiences, Tate London, on new users of cultural institutions and new questions that can be asked and answered with broader access to digitized cultural material (starting at min. 37 of the video recording of a recent panel discussion on “new access to culture”): – the control […]


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Democratizing catalogingsaskiayave

Tue, 02 Jul 2013 12:47:11 +0000

In the age of vendor-supplied metadata and subscription databases (the electronic content is basically the same for each library because it is licensed and retrieved from the vendor’s server), making special collections available is where libraries can still make a real difference. The things people can’t get from GoogleBooks, JSTOR or LexisNexis but only from […]


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From union catalog to fusion catalogsaskiayave

Fri, 07 Jun 2013 14:16:12 +0000

The conference “Academic Librarian 3: The Yin-Yang of Future Consortial Collaboration and Competition” was held in Hong Kong at the end of last month. Presentations are now available, and I would like to draw your attention to one presentation about cataloging: “From union catalogue to fusion catalogue: how collaborative cataloguing might be initiated and implemented in […]


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