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Core Virtual Interest Group Week March 2022 CCIG Session 

Mar 15, 2022 07:23 PM

Here you will find all of the resources from the 2022 Virtual IG week session. Presentation files and the chat are attached. A link to the recorded session is here.

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CoreIGWeekMarch2022CCIG_Intro.pptx   508 KB   1 version
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Re-use or Copy? Redefining copy cataloging in a linked da...   1.14 MB   1 version
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Presented by: Nancy Lorimer, Associate Director, Metadata Services, Stanford University Libraries -- Moving technical services workflow to a linked data environment will rely heavily on the cooperative creation & sharing of RDF-based metadata through various linked data repositories or "nodes" and the ability to reuse that data in local systems and discovery layers, or in other words, copy cataloging! In developing workflows based around Sinopia, a linked data editor developed at Stanford, and Questioning Authority, an authority lookup service developed at Cornell, Stanford Libraries has been investigating how copy cataloging is manifested in a linked open data environment. This presentation will demonstrate copy cataloging using Sinopia, and discuss issues pertaining to interoperability, reusability, and how copy cataloging is redefined in this new environment.
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Interchangeable Entities: BIBFRAME Implementation, Intero...   1.89 MB   1 version
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Presented by: Ian Bigelow, Head, Cataloguing Strategies, University of Alberta Library -- Copy cataloguing workflows for libraries have been fine tuned over decades, relying on maximizing the available targets/data pools to minimize effort towards original description. Even large libraries rely on this balancing of efforts for continued operation, so what does this look like with BIBFRAME? As the University of Alberta Library is working on BIBFRAME implementation over the coming years, this is a key area of investigation. This presentation will touch on issues related to conversion processes, entity identification, metadata standardization and interoperability, and vendor support in this context, highlighting success stories and challenges ahead. (Google slide link: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1oYlON0xJ42VrJN-MwIBLjkN-lIqH_oilvq_tWDdnnWw/edit#slide=id.p)
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CoreIGweekMar2022CopyCatIG_Chat.pdf   137 KB   1 version
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Core CCIG 2022 VIrtual IG Week Session Question Round-upR...docx   13 KB   1 version
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