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Bibliographic control

Efficient collaboration between libraries and other data providers relies upon standardisation. One key issue in this context is bibliographic control (also known as information organization or bibliographic organization).  Universal Bibliographic Control is grounded on sharing the effort of resource description, eliminating redundancy by… Read More

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  • 08 August 2014

Call for Papers – World Library and Information Congress 2013

For the Classification & Indexing Section's Open Session we invite presentations showing new, unique, or innovative ways of providing subject access to users from all types of libraries – approaches or applications that go beyond the traditional or the ordinary, being exemplars of “infinite possibilities”. Read More

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  • 27 December 2012
  • By: Lynne Howarth

Interoperability of ISBD within Linked Data Environment

Project goals and objectives The ISBD consolidated edition of 2011 has positioned this IFLA standard as a core standard for universal bibliographic control, while its representation in the W3C RDF standard (work done by the ISBD/XML Study Group) enables its use within the… Read More

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  • 28 December 2011

Initial project of ISBD/XML Study Group

*** Superseded contents *** *** Go to ISBD Linked Data Study Group for updated information ***   Goals and objectives IFLA Cataloguing Section's ISBD Review Group approved the recommendations from its Material Designation Study Group to develop an… Read More

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  • 27 December 2011