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JAN 25

From ONIX to MARC and Back Again: New Frontiers in Metadata Creation at OCLC

Interoperability between ONIX metadata used in the publishing industry and MARC metadata used by the library community, is explored.…

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Interoperability between ONIX metadata used in the publishing industry and MARC metadata used by the library community, is explored. Models for the creation and maintenance of metadata throughout the supply chain are also discussed. A presentation by Renee Register, Global Product Manager, OCLC Cataloging & Metadata Services was followed by a discussion with the audience.

Start Date

25 January 2009

End Date

25 January 2009

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