Professional Growth & Development Opportunities
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
- 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
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