Film, Video Bibliographic Framework Initiative (BIBFRAME) Update - February 1, 2015

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Title
Bibliographic Framework Initiative (BIBFRAME) Update - February 1, 2015
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 Internet and linked data environment, and that offers new opportunities to leverage information. This update at the Midwinter Meeting of the American Library Association in Chicago, Ill., shares information on current developments as work continues on this significant effort.
Event Date
February 01, 2015
Notes
-  Beacher J.E. Wiggins is director for Acquisitions and Bibliographic Access at the Library of Congress.
-  Sally Hart McCallum is chief of the Network Development and MARC Standards Office at the Library of Congress.
-  Paul Frank is cooperative cataloging program specialist in the Cooperative and Instructional Programs Division at the Library of Congress.
-  Nate Trail is a digital projects coordinator in the Network Development and MARC Standards Office at the Library of Congress.
-  Phil E. Schreur is head of the Metadata Department at the Stanford University Libraries.
-  Ted Fons is executive director for data services and WorldCat quality management at OCLC, where he directs the strategy and execution of OCLC's data services portfolio.
-  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.
Related Resources
Bibliographic Framework Initiative: http://loc.gov/bibframe/
BIBFRAME Overview: http://bibframe.org/ External
Running Time
1 hours, 35 minutes, 1 seconds
Language
English
Online Format
video
online text

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