Core Bibliographic Conceptual Models Interest Group

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Purpose: Provides a dedicated forum for the discussion of conceptual models, such as IFLA-LRM and BIBFRAME 2.0, that serve as the basis for current cataloging standards or are expected to provide a foundation for future cataloging standards in a Linked Open Data environment. Topics of special interest include: theoretical foundations of bibliographical conceptual models; the implementation of bibliographical conceptual models in information systems (especially Linked Data-based systems); extensions of current conceptual models; ontologies and conceptual models used in GLAM institutions.

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Recording and slides available for Bibliographical Conceptual Models IG session - March 10 (Core IG Week)

  • 1.  Recording and slides available for Bibliographical Conceptual Models IG session - March 10 (Core IG Week)

    Posted Mar 15, 2022 03:42 PM

    Dear all,


    The Bibliographic Conceptual Models session for Core Interest Group Week recording is now available at


    This year's session featured two presentations:


    ·       Aggregator Ways to Account for Different Conceptual Models (slides) | Michael Phillips, OCLC

    ·       Modeling Sequential Relationships Beyond MARC 21: Mapping Preceding and Succeeding Entity Relationships for Continuing Resources (slides) | Abigail Sparling, University of Alberta Library; Charlene Chou, New York University Libraries; Ian Bigelow, University of Alberta Library; Everett Allgood, New York University Libraries



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