Series sessions include:
- Updates the LC and BIBFRAME 2 implementation at the Library of Congress
- Describes LC’s continuing BIBFRAME work with special formats
- Reviews LD4P (Linked Data for Production) initiatives and LC’s involvement in them; the PCC (Program for Cooperative Cataloging) BIBFRAME Task Group; and RDA’s influence on BIBFRAME 2
* This session is free and a complimentary part of the series. It is not necessary to register for the entire series in order to attend this webinar.
- Explains how linked data can turn simple MARC textual notes into a navigable network of relationships as part of the of LD4P project
- Describes Princeton University’s shift to BIBFRAME and linked data to enhance the search experience
- Shows how the WebAnnotation model is used to encode dedications and the effort needed to encode this type of annotation
- Introduces and describes the Performed Music Ontology and its relationship to BIBFRAME for recorded music
- Describes the relationship between the ontology to other standards such as RDA and Doremus (DOing REusable MUSical Data)
- Provides information on using the ontology for cataloging and current and future plans for the ontology’s framework, governance and use
- Introduces the Linked Data for Production (LC4P) project and the ArtFrame domain-specific sub-project
- Reviews existing descriptive cataloging standards for works of art and reviews use cases for describing art objects as linked data within a library environment
- Discusses the work by Columbia staff including use cases, modeling areas, tools, outcomes and lessons learned
- Explains how to provide subject access to non-English materials in the language of the script
- Describes how to link non-English terms to external sources via linked data techniques
- Demonstrates how users may search the catalog by subject in their preferred language
- Describes the background and goals of the LD4P-CM (Linked Data for Production – Cartographic Materials)
- Explains how Linked Open Data (LOD) and semantic web ontologies (BIBFRAME and bibliotek-o – a BIBFRAME extension ontology) can be extended to describe library cartographic resources including printed maps, atlases, digital geospatial datasets and other cartographic information resources
- Illustrates how BIBFRAME 2.0 and bibliotek-o can be applied as base ontologies for describing geospatial and cartographic resources
This webinar series builds on an earlier series of introductory sessions and provides details on a number of on-going BIBFRAME initiatives taking place at the Library of Congress as well as within the broader information community.
Who Should Attend
Cataloging and metadata staff, administrators, technical services staff, technologists, and systems developers
A recording of this webinar series is available at no charge six months from the date of the presentation.
* Please note that the March 7 session is free and a complimentary part of the series. It is not necessary to register for the entire series in order to attend this webinar.
How to Register
No registration required.
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