Film, Video Bibliographic Framework Initiative (BIBFRAME) Update Forum

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Title
Bibliographic Framework Initiative (BIBFRAME) Update Forum
Summary
The Bibliographic Framework Initiative (BIBFRAME) is a major community challenge to provide an alternative to the deeply embedded MARC formats that will be more compatible with the Web and Internet environment and that offers new opportunities to leverage information. This program at the Annual Meeting of the American Library Association addressed multiple facets of the development -- how it fits into the major thrusts of Library of Congress programs and how it will attempt to span the different data models of the library and related communities. Two institutions that are experimenting with the general model were asked to report, along with a discussion of its relationship to schema.org, the recent search engine attempt at standardization.
Event Date
June 30, 2013
Notes
-  Carol Jean Godby is a senior research scientist at OCLC Research.
-  Vinod Chachra is president and CEO of VTLS Inc.
-  Jeremy Nelson is metadata and systems librarian at Colorado College. To access material he discusses in his presentation, please go to tuttdemo.coloradocollege.edu/ala2013 (external link) and discovery.coloradocollege.edu/apps (external link).
-  Eric Miller is president of Zepheira. He has been active in the development of Semantic Web and library standards as well as open source tools to support linked data technologies and library applications.
-  Roberta I. Shaffer is the associate librarian for Library Services at the Library of Congress.
-  Sally Hart McCallum is chief of the Network Development and MARC Standards Office at the Library of Congress.
Related Resources
Bibliographic Framework Initiative (BIBFRAME): https://www.loc.gov/bibframe/
BIBFRAME.org: http://bibframe.org/ External
Running Time
1 hours 11 minutes 36 seconds
Online Format
video

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