2 edition of Implementing FRBR in libraries found in the catalog.
Implementing FRBR in libraries
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Yin Zhang and Athena Salaba.|
|LC Classifications||Z666.6 .Z48 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009031729|
As libraries explore new bibliographic metadata standards, new questions are emerging related to uses of FRBR, data migration, and the design of discovery systems. This panel session will feature presentations from FRBR researchers from universities and real-world service providers, including OCLC and eXtensible Catalog. Jan 01, · In summer , Ball State University Libraries (BSU Libraries) began a project to bring its Digital Media Repository (DMR) into closer compliance with RDA. The DMR is a digital library created and managed by BSU Libraries. It currently contains more than collections, totaling ,plus items, in various formats.
Zhang, Y., & Salaba, A. (). National Leadership Grants NLG Library-Research and Demonstration - Final Report on “Research and Development of FRBR-Based Systems to Effectively Support User Tasks and Facilitate Information Seeking.” December 29, Functional Requirements for Subject Authority Data – a report of the IFLA Functional Requirements for Subject Authority Records Working G. Finally, the workbook suggests strategies for implementing RDA. Features. Focuses on the new RDA rules and conventions and their implementation, particularly in smaller libraries where there are no professional catalogers; Presents FRBR and other aspects of RDA's theoretical framework in understandable terms.
A recent development are the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR), a proposed data model put out by the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA). FRBR is a new way of defining relationships between books, their creators, and their subjects. The details of how it works are new, and it can only. Book review Full text access Implementing FRBR in Libraries: Key issues and Future Directions, by Yin Zhang and Athena Salaba. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, Inc., p. $ .
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It helps identify the key FRBR issues that need to be addressed and investigates the future directions of FRBR development. Implementing FRBR in Libraries: Key Issues and Future Directions is the first book to address the theory and implementation of FRBR in a unified discussion.
Authors Yin Zhang and Athena Salaba, winners of the ALISE. Implementing FRBR in Libraries: Key Issues and Future Directions is the first book to address the theory and implementation of FRBR in a unified discussion. Authors Yin Zhang and Athena Salaba, winners of the ALISE/Bohdan S. Wynar Research Paper Competition Award," give readers a clear framework for understanding FRBR's current and Cited by: Get this from a library.
Implementing FRBR in libraries: key issues and future directions. [Yin Zhang; Athena Salaba] -- "[This book] is designedto provide an overview of the current status of FRBR [Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records] development; to identify the key. Oct 15, · Implementing FRBR in Libraries by Yin Zhang,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(3).
Should the reader feel lost in this library alphabet soup, a handy list of acronyms is provided in the back of the book.
The second half of the book looks at applications of FRBR in real-world settings. Art objects, classic texts, and works of fiction are a few examples of the Author: Marcy A Strong.
There are three objectives of the book Implementing FRBR in Libraries: Key Issues and Future Directions: "(1) to provide an overview of the current status of FRBR development; (2) to identify the key issues that need to be addressed; and (3) to point to future directions of.
Hierarchical Catalog Records Implementing a FRBR Catalog: David Mimno Tufts University. Abstract. IFLA's Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) lay the foundation for a new generation of cataloging systems that recognize the difference between a the Research Libraries Group has created.
"A wide variety of current knowledge management tools are examined, including DSpace, Slack, Box, LibGuides, wikis, Google Drive, and Dropbox. This is a useful book for anyone looking to improve knowledge flow through a library organization." — CHOICE "Bartlett and Acadia provide a notable introduction to KM and the role it can play in libraries.
User verification of the FRBR conceptual model and testing of FRBR Prototypes. In H.H. Chen & G. Chowdhury (Eds.), Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Asia-Pacific Digital Libraries (ICADL ), New York, Springer.
Zhang, Y. & Salaba, A. mind and a specific language. FRBR calls this an “expression.” When we say “book” as in ‘who wrote that book,’ we could mean a higher level of abstraction, the conceptual content that underlies all of the linguistic versions, the story being told in the book, the ideas in a person’s head for the book.
Hello Librarians: I'm the product manager for Bibliocommons' BiblioCore discovery layer/catalog product. We've been kicking around implementing FRBR for search and I'm trying to get a sense of its value. Wondering if anyone wants to weigh in on how FRBR-izing, say, search results, would make your lives or the lives of your patrons/customers easier.
Implementing FRBR in Libraries: Key Issues and Future Directions by Yin Zhang and Athena Salaba. Implementing FRBR in Libraries is a textbook-like review of the bibliographic model Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records intended to inform a broad range of library and information professionals about the “state of the art” FRBR.
It is written by Yin Zhang and Athena Salaba, two. Implementing FRBR in Libraries: Key Issues and Future Directions. New York, NY: Neal-Schuman Publishers. $ ISBN: Should the reader feel lost in this library alphabet soup, a handy list of acronyms is provided in the back of the book.
The second half of the book looks at applications of FRBR in real-world. They recently published a book on implementing FRBR in libraries. Athena Salaba is an Assistant Professor at the School of Library and Information Science at Kent State University.
Her research interests include organization of information, knowledge Cited by: 1. What Do Users Tell Us about FRBR-Based Catalogs Implementing FRBR in Libraries: a survey that will be administered to public and academic library users looking for a particular book.
Mar 30, · BOOK REVIEW Implementing FRBR in Libraries: Key Issues and Future Directions by Yin Zhang and Athena Salaba reviewed by Rajesh Chandrakar Vol 39 No 1 - January/March. News and Events. Frbrisation: Towards a Bright New Future for National.
environment. They recently published a book on implementing FRBR in libraries. Athena Salaba is an Assistant Professor at the School of Library and Information Science at Kent State University.
Her research interests include organization of information, knowledge organization systems, and information-seeking mercedesgo.com by: 1. Feb 01, · Journal of the Medical Library Association: JMLA [01 Jan99(1)]Author: Marcy A Strong.
The presentation discusses The University of Iowa's implementation of Primo, with a particular focus on searching and display of serials and how FRBR works in Primo.
Also discussed are changes in serials cataloging or updating/upgrading of serials records needed because of mercedesgo.com: Wendy Robertson. She is the author of a number of refereed journal articles, books, book chapters, conference papers and presentations.
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The FRBR Model (Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records) A presentation by Dr. Barbara B. Tillett AprilSan Jose, CA ALCTS Institute on Metadata and AACR2 Abstract: FRBR is a conceptual model of the bibliographic universe created within IFLA to describe entities, relationships, and attributes (i.e., metadata).