2014 Breakout II (Wednesday)
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17:57, 27 March 2014
BIBFRAME 2 & Linked Data
==BIBFRAME 2 & Linked Data==
Notes based off Tweets made by group during the session:
Starting comment: This is the year of testers, early implementers, of BIBFRAME.
*How to get from MARC to BIBFRAME? Request to explain tools, scripts.
*Issues with linking different ontologies to building linked data networks, SKOS brought up, being discussed
*How do people feel about the concept of event? being discussed
*When do we have to switch? When will the vendors build applications
BIBFRAME so then libraries can follow?
*How far does Bibframe extend, and when do you say this is no longer Bibframe's job?
*How do people feel about the concept of event?
*Explain Place, dates, agents as three attributes?
**Discussing expressions versus works (making expression into relationships)
**Model: Works, Instances, with relationships between Works that has expression
**Brief mention of Named entity extraction work for finding these attributes
*What happens when you link to an ontology, then it changes? URIs play the important role here.
*VIVO Project shout out! http://t.co/OK9DLJXVWw
*Example of a collection put through BIBFRAME from A&M http://t.co/K4vnwdczAO
*Group member transcribed records from MARC to BIBFRAME had their *SERIES* records come out correctly
*Variances of cataloging practices will also be a huge issue as well for transcribing records
* Member of group: experiences w/transcribing MARC to BIBFRAME records: two tools, they didn't give the same output
*Battles lines have been drawn: discussing Dublin Core and it's simplicity (good? bad?)
*Music cataloging in FRBR and BIBFRAME being discussed now - diving the deep end
*Locally, we choose, self-select ontologies we need. But if we want more exposure for data, need to explain, share.
*Going from catalogers to metadata librarians in an institutional level, trying to start retrain people now.
*Creating an entire ontology for all of human history would be overwhelming :
**Response to this concern about ontologies: 'But an ontology is domain knowledge, it takes multiple domains/ontologies to cover all of human history'
==Unusual searches & long searches==
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