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NEXT WEEK! Core IG Week : “Copy Cataloging in BIBFRAME and Linked Data: How Possible Is It” -- Program from Copy Cataloging Interest Group (CCIG)

  • 1.  NEXT WEEK! Core IG Week : “Copy Cataloging in BIBFRAME and Linked Data: How Possible Is It” -- Program from Copy Cataloging Interest Group (CCIG)

    Posted Mar 03, 2022 09:01 AM

    ***Cross posted to multiple lists***

    The CORE Copy Cataloging Interest Group (CCIG) is happy to invite you to register for its session during the 2022 Virtual Interest Group Week.

    Date: Tuesday, March 8th, 2022

    Time: 11 am-12 pm (CST) / 12-1 pm (EST) / 9-10 am (PST)

    Title: "Copy Cataloging in BIBFRAME and Linked Data: How Possible Is It"

    Registration is free.

    While it's exciting to see multiple linked data initiatives across our profession now bearing fruit, we still face challenges in how to transform our legacy and ongoing MARC records to linked data, and share or reuse the data and workflows. Is the concept of "copy-cataloging" even meaningful in this new environment of BIBFRAME and other linked data schema? After a short presentation by each panelist, we will open the floor to questions and a panel discussion. Our panelists are:

    1. Al Tyas, Geography, Political Science & Education Section, U.S. Arts, Sciences, And Humanities Division, Acquisitions & Bibliographic Access Directorate, Library of Congress


    Title: Copy Cataloging and Web-Based Data: Navigating among BibFrame, OCLC, and MARC

    Al's primary responsibilities include copy cataloging, CIP verification, minimal-level cataloging and full descriptive cataloging.  He became a BIBFRAME database tester in 2015 when the pilot began, and has created hundreds of BIBFRAME records. Al has also given multiple presentations on how to perform copy cataloging in BIBFRAME. 


    1. Nancy Lorimer, Associate Director of Metadata Services at Stanford University


    Title: Re-use or Copy? Redefining copy cataloging in a linked data environment

    Nancy is active in the Linked Data for Production (LD4P) Project and a primary stakeholder for Sinopia. She is a voting member of the PCC Policy Committee (PoCo), co-chair of the PCC Metadata Application Profiles Working Group, and a member of the Standing Committee on Training. She also represents Stanford and LD4P on the Share-VDE Advisory Council, the SVDE Sapientia Entity Identification Working Group. 

    1. Ian Bigelow, Head of Cataloging Strategies at the University of Alberta Library (UAL)

    Title: Interchangeable Entities: BIBFRAME Implementation, Interoperability, and Metadata Reuse

    Ian is currently a member of the PCC Policy Committee, PCC Linked Data Advisory Committee, Canadian Committee on Cataloging, Share VDE Advisory Council, Share VDE Sapientia Entity Identification Working Group, and the Sinopia Users Group.


    Visit the website for CORE's Interest Week full schedule.

    We look forward to seeing you!

    Rachel Berman Turner, co-chair

    Keiko Suzuki, co-chair

    Dean Bergstrom, co-vice-chair

    Lori Lynn Dekydtspotter, co-vice-chair

    Ms. Keiko SUZUKI

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