Film, Video Bibliographic Framework Initiative (BIBFRAME): Update & Practical Applications

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Title
Bibliographic Framework Initiative (BIBFRAME): Update & Practical Applications
Summary
The Bibliographic Framework Initiative (BIBFRAME) is a major community project that the Library of Congress is leading that will help move the library community into the linked data world. Development of BIBFRAME requires the involvement of information specialists and creators of bibliographic data to develop a new bibliographic ecosystem in which bibliographic data is more compatible with the broader World Wide Web environment. BIBFRAME will replace the MARC Bibliographic Format. This session is another in a series that introduces staff to BIBFRAME. The speakers will demonstrate the BIBFRAME Editor, the tool to input bibliographic data into the BIBFRAME format, and will highlight other developments.
Event Date
September 04, 2014
Notes
-  Paul Frank is cooperative cataloging program specialist in the Cooperative and Instructional Programs Division at the Library of Congress.
-  Kevin Ford is digital project coordinator in the Network Development and MARC Standards Office at the Library of Congress.
-  Beacher J.E. Wiggins is director for Acquisitions and Bibliographic Access at the Library of Congress.
Related Resources
Bibliographic Framework Initiative: https://www.loc.gov/bibframe/
BIBFRAME.org: http://bibframe.org/ External
Running Time
1 hours 40 minutes 26 seconds
Online Format
video

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