Film, Video Bibliographic Framework (BIBFRAME) in Action

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Title
Bibliographic Framework (BIBFRAME) in Action
Summary
The BIBFRAME Pilot is underway and is a component of a major effort by the Library of Congress to lead the library community into the linked open data world. Developing BIBFRAME requires involvement of information specialists to create a new ecosystem in which bibliographic data are compatible with the broader World Wide Web environment. Speakers will discuss progress to date, relevance of BIBFRAME in today's environment, and the current status of the BIBFRAME Editor, including a demonstration of the modifications to the Editor from a programmer's perspective.
Event Date
October 20, 2015
Notes
-  Nathan Trail is a digital project coordinator in the Network Development and MARC Standards Office at the Library of Congress.
-  Sally Hart McCallum is the chief of the Network Development and MARC Standards Office at the Library of Congress.
-  Judith P. Cannan is the chief of the Cooperative and Instructional Programs Division at the Library of Congress.
-  Karen Hill is a librarian in the Germanic and Slavic Division at the Library of Congress.
-  Jennifer Baum Sevec is a librarian in the U.S./Anglo Division at the Library of Congress.
-  Kirk Hess is a digital project coordinator in the Network Development and MARC Standards Office at the Library of Congress.
-  Beacher Wiggins is the director for Acquisitions and Bibliographic Access at the Library of Congress.
Related Resources
BIBFRAME: Bibliographic Framework Initiative: https://www.loc.gov/bibframe/
Running Time
1 hours 4 minutes 26 seconds
Language
English
Online Format
video

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