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ALCTS CRS Standards Forum, Sunday, January 22, 2017, 10:30-11:30 am

ALCTS CRS Standards Forum

Sunday, January 22, 2017, 10:30-11:30 am

Georgia World Congress Center, A312

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The ALCTS CRS Standards Committee invites you to attend a Midwinter forum discussing the latest developments in standards for continuing resources.

Jennifer Bazeley will discuss the Transfer Code of Practice, which is designed to help publishers ensure that journal content remains easily accessible by librarians and readers when there is a transfer between parties.  She will also inform attendees about the activities and collaborations of the Transfer working group and provide information on how librarians can integrate Transfer into their journal transfer workflows.

Noah Levin will provide an overview of KBART, a set of guidelines for knowledge base metadata.  He will also discuss publishers’ role in providing this information and how it integrates with discovery services to identify a library’s holdings.

Join us Sunday, January  22, 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM in Georgia World Congress Center, A312. Q&A will follow the presentations.


Speaker Bios:

Jennifer Bazeley has a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in viola performance, and an MLIS from Dominican University in Illinois. She has worked in technical services at the DePaul University Library and Field Museum Library in Chicago, and at the Mason Public Library and Cincinnati Art Museum Library in Ohio. Since 2009, she has worked for the Miami University Libraries in Oxford, OH, where she is currently the Coordinator of Collection Access and Acquisitions.

Noah Levin works for Springer Nature managing their Link Resolver/Discovery data, MARC Records, ONIX Feeds and internal metadata workflows. Noah is also a member of the NISO KBART Standing Committee who last year released the KBART Phase II recommendations. Starting his career in the industry 20 years ago working in a bookstore, Noah has spent the last 16 years designing and creating metadata workflows for large Academic and Trade Publishers