Film, Video BIBFRAME 2.0, the Library of Congress Pilot & Next Steps

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Title
BIBFRAME 2.0, the Library of Congress Pilot & Next Steps
Summary
Beacher Wiggins highlighted the goals and accomplishments of the Library of Congress' BIBFRAME 2.0 pilot to date and gave an overview of the next steps. Nate Trail discussed the development of the BIBFRAME database, a complete base file that includes all the bibliographic records from Voyager. Catalogers use the bibliographic data in combination with authority data from id.loc.gov to describe resources for the BIBFRAME 2.0 pilot. Trail demonstrated features of the BIBFRAME database interface including end-user search capability, use of linked data queries to highlight relationships between resources and how the database interacts with data entered through the BIBFRAME editor. Jodi Williamschen and Les Hawkins discussed profiles developed for the BIBFRAME editor and illustrated workflows such as creation of a new work and instance, adding instance descriptions to an existing work, updating of an initial bibliographic control (IBC) description and creating new expressions relating to an existing work.
Event Date
June 12, 2018
Notes
-  Les Hawkins is CONSER coordinator in the Cooperative and Instructional Programs Division at the Library of Congress.
-  Jodi Williamschen is senior technical metadata standards specialist in the Network Development and MARC Standards Office at the Library of Congress.
-  Nate Trail is digital project coordinator in the Network Development and MARC Standards Office at the Library of Congress.
-  Beacher Wiggins is director for Acquisitions and Bibliographic Access at the Library of Congress.
Running Time
58 minutes 55 seconds
Online Format
video
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