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Follow-Up Session to “Schrödinger's Catalog: Is BibFrame Alive or Dead?”

  • 1.  Follow-Up Session to “Schrödinger's Catalog: Is BibFrame Alive or Dead?”

    Posted Apr 29, 2024 04:23 PM

    Dear colleagues,


    Thank you to everyone who participated in the March 2024 Bibliographic Conceptual Models Interest Group (BCMIG) session, "Schrödinger's Catalog: Is BibFrame Alive or Dead?". We are pleased to announce that a follow-up session will be held on Tuesday, May 10th at 2pm Central Time.


    This discussion-centered session will address some of the many questions received in chat during the previous program, and will be an opportunity to further explore issues related to BibFrame. Tom Dousa, BCMIG co-chair, will moderate, and we will be rejoined by our panelists from the original session: Yale's Senior Director for Digital Cultural Heritage Rob Sanderson and EBSCO's Senior Product Manager for Linked Data Innovation and Design, Gloria Gonzalez.


    Please join us for what we hope will be a lively and wide-ranging community discussion session. The session is open to all and attendance at the previous session is not necessary.


    Registration: https://ala-events.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwkfuqrrT8vE9ZthT9Xs3kpj4k0sgbGg1xA#/registration


    Best regards,

    BCMIG Co-Chairs: Daniel Lovins, Thomas Dousa

    BCMIG Co-Vice-Chairs: Emily Baldoni, Benjamin Riesenberg



    Emily Baldoni

    Metadata Librarian | Assistant Professor

    Milner Library, Illinois State University


    pronouns: she/her/hers