The Cataloguing Section’s Names of Persons project webpage has a new file from Malaysia. This file updates the existing 1996 file, capturing all the country’s rich language landscape.
The ISBD Review Group and its ISBD for Manifestation Task Force are pleased to announce that registration for its January 2023 is now open.
The Cataloguing Section’ Names of Persons project webpage has a new file from Iran, for Persian/Farsi language.
The IFLA Cataloguing section is seeking proposals for papers to be discussed at its Open Session at the IFLA World Library and Information Congress 2022 in Dublin, Ireland.
The International Standard Bibliographic Description (ISBD) Review Group is pleased to announce the release of the Update 2021 to the 2011 ISBD Consolidated Edition as a draft.
Check these next events related to Cataloguing.
Metadata Webinar materials available: New Horizons: emerging metadata standards and practices in the 21st century17 June 2021
Recording and slides from the May 27, 2021 webinar are available.
It's the eighth complete LRM translation
The LRM is now available in Italian
The file deals with the structure of personal names from mainland China, and Hong Kong and Macau special administrative regions
It's the sixth LRM complete translation
Organized by Cataloguing Section, RSC and EURIG
The IFLA Metadata Newsletter June 2020 issue is available
Session to be held in Dublin, Ireland, 15-21 August.
Complete revision of IFLA’s International Standard Bibliographic Description to start in 2018, and your chance to get involved!30 July 2018
A German translation of the Statement of International Cataloguing Principles (ICP) is now available.
FRBRoo is a conceptual model for bibliographic information in object-oriented formalism. Version 2.4 is now an IFLA standard.
IFLA Cataloguing Section invite you to submit a proposal for the open session “Sharing is caring” (83rd WLIC - Wrocław, Poland, 19-25 August 2017). Deadline 28 February 2017.
World-wide review of the FRBR-Library Reference Model, a consolidation of the FRBR, FRAD and FRSAD conceptual models28 February 2016