New horizons: emerging metadata standards and practices in the 21st century

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27 Mai 2021

Online

Description

Join us online for a 90-minute webinar from the IFLA BibliographyCataloguing, and Subject Analysis and Access Sections.

Join our New Horizons panel for a wide ranging discussion of metadata standards and practices, and keep current with the latest developments from IFLA's metadata sections and standards groups.

The event will be held live on 27 May 2021, 17:00 – 18:30 CET. The recording and slides are now available on the Publication page.

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Description

Panelists

  • John Horodyski, Managing Director, Insight & Analytics, SaltFlats, and Adjunct Professor at San Jose State University
  • Frédérique Joannic-Seta, head of the Metadata department at the Bibliothèque nationale de France and co-chair of the "bibliographic transition" French national  programme
  • Ángela Quiroz U., Library of Congress of Chile, Sección Producción de Fuentes Referenciales, Departamento de Producción de Recursos de Información, and member of the Cataloguing Section Standing Committee

Panel moderator: Athena Salaba, Kent State University, chair of the Subject Analysis and Access Section

The event is free, but registration is required. You will receive the link once you have registered.

NB: due to high registration, the event will be simultaneously livestreamed on the IFLA Bibliography YouTube channel

Suggested Audience: Metadata practitioners, researchers/teachers, cataloguers

Level of interaction: 3 panelists + Q&A

Duration of event: 90 minutes

Language(s) and subtitling available: English with Live AI English Subtitles and Transcription

Accessibility: Live AI Closed Captioning and Transcription

For more information contact: Pat Riva pat.riva@concordia.ca

Webinar, Bibliography, Bibliography, Cataloguing, Classification and indexing, Conceptual models, Linked data, Metadata, Subject access, Subject analysis, Cataloguing, Subject Analysis and Access

Dernière mise à jour: 28 mai 2021