Investigating BIBFRAME: New Bibliographic Framework Initiative
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This item represents one section, as presented by Alison Hitchens, of the following presentation: Hitchens, A., Rudnik, A., Carr, C. (2016, January 28). Investigating BIBFRAME. Session presented at OLA Superconference, Toronto, On. Abstract: BIBFRAME is the New Bibliographic Framework Initiative created by the Library of Congress to investigate and define the future of bibliographic description on the web. It is meant to be a replacement for MARC and to provide a model for describing and connecting bibliographic data. This session will introduce you to BIBFRAME and discuss some of the experimentation going on in libraries. It will also reflect on the training provided by Zepheira as part of its Libhub Initiative from public library and academic library perspectives.
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Alison Hitchens, Aida Rudnik, Christopher Carr (2016). Investigating BIBFRAME: New Bibliographic Framework Initiative. UWSpace. http://hdl.handle.net/10012/12051
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