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9 May 2015
Join this webinar to learn about highlights from the report Addressing the Challenges with Organizational Identifiers and ISNI including a new modeling of organizations that others can adapt for their own uses and a case study at UNSW Australia.
On 1 June, Dr. Connaway will provide a synopsis of the ways in which people at all levels of educational stages use information resources and technology, building on 12+ years of user-focused research.
In partnership with the Association for Rural and Small Libraries, WebJunction will guide processes for creating socially engaging and active learning programming.
Discover your Visitor and Resident status and preferences for how you use technology!
Dr. Abbas is being recognized for her research into the processes by which information and data are stored and manipulated in the context of libraries and our digital society.
This report focuses on organizational identifiers from the perspective of academic institutions and outlines a number of scenarios where the International Standard Name Identifier (ISNI) can be used to disambiguate organizations. #orgidreport...
08 June 2016
This Webinar will be of interest to catalogers, metadata librarians and curators of digitized special collections seeking models for making their digital collections more visible to Linked Open Data services and better connected to related resources on the Semantic Web.
03 December 2015
Standards for archival description have been in place for more than thirty years, but what does actual practice look like? In this webinar, OCLC Research Program Officer Jackie Dooley gave an overview of her deep dive into the four million records for archival materials in WorldCat. #orlp
- Venue: Online via WebEx
- Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Eastern Standard Time, North America [UTC -5]
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