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1Xu, A. ; Hess, K. ; Akerman, L.: From MARC to BIBFRAME 2.0 : Crosswalks.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 56(2018) no.2/3, S.224-250.
Abstract: One of the big challenges facing academic libraries today is to increase the relevance of the libraries to their user communities. If the libraries can increase the visibility of their resources on the open web, it will increase the chances of the libraries to reach to their user communities via the user's first search experience. BIBFRAME and library Linked Data will enable libraries to publish their resources in a way that the Web understands, consume Linked Data to enrich their resources relevant to the libraries' user communities, and visualize networks across collections. However, one of the important steps for transitioning to BIBFRAME and library Linked Data involves crosswalks, mapping MARC fields and subfields across data models and performing necessary data reformatting to be in compliance with the specifications of the new model, which is currently BIBFRAME 2.0. This article looks into how the Library of Congress has mapped library bibliographic data from the MARC format to the BIBFRAME 2.0 model and vocabulary published and updated since April 2016, available from http://www.loc.gov/bibframe/docs/index.html based on the recently released conversion specifications and converter, developed by the Library of Congress with input from many community members. The BIBFRAME 2.0 standard and conversion tools will enable libraries to transform bibliographic data from MARC into BIBFRAME 2.0, which introduces a Linked Data model as the improved method of bibliographic control for the future, and make bibliographic information more useful within and beyond library communities.
Inhalt: Vgl.: https://doi.org/10.1080/01639374.2017.1388326.
Anmerkung: Beitrag in einem Heft: 'Setting standards to work and live by: A memorial Festschrift for Valerie Bross'.
Themenfeld: Formalerschließung ; Datenformate
Objekt: MARC ; BIBFRAME 2.0
2Xu, A.: Metadata conversion and the library OPAC.
In: Serials librarian. 33(1998) nos.1/2, S.179-198.
Abstract: Examines the metadata movement on the Internet and anticipates the need to establish a metadata respository for library collections. The library OPAC not only functions as a gateway for local and external metadata repositories, but also is equipped to extract, map, convert, and display all metadata. One of the benefits is that the newly integrated metadata can be accessed uisng the full functionality of the OPAC
Anmerkung: Contribution to an issue devoted to e-serials: publishers, libraries, users, and standards, part 1