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MAY 11

DevConnect 2022: Metadata community lightning talks

This DevConnect community event will feature short presentations on metadata topics by two speakers: Tomasz Kalata of BookOps/New York Public Library and Daniel Brooks of OCLC.

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This DevConnect community event will feature short presentations on metadata topics by two speakers: Tomasz Kalata of BookOps/New York Public Library and Daniel Brooks of OCLC.

NightShift : copy cataloging bot
Tomasz Kalata, Metadata Manager, BookOps / New York Public Library
When cataloging departments are faced with backlogs they often outsource the problem to a vendor. However, there is a better way to keep the process in-house and under full control of the library. The updated OCLC WorldCat MetadataAPI opens up possibilities to adopt an automated process to search the WorldCat database for newly ordered materials and perform the copy cataloging previously contracted to outside vendors or done manually by staff. This presentation will show our experiences in BookOps creating and using our copy cataloging bot for the New York Public and Brooklyn Public Library collections.

Improving Cyrillic script in WorldCat
Daniel Brooks, Senior Data Scientist, OCLC

In this presentation, Daniel Brooks of OCLC will share how machine learning is being used to improve Cyrillic script in WorldCat.

This virtual event will be recorded and posted in the OCLC APIs Community. All registrants will be sent a link to the recording after the event.

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This session is part of DevConnect 2022, an annual OCLC program in which OCLC and library staff share API and technology insights with the library community.

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日期

2022-05-11

时间

1:00 下午 – 2:00 下午
Eastern Daylight Time, North America [UTC -4]

Recording access

This webinar recording is available to members of the OCLC APIs Community. To view the recording, you’ll need to sign into the OCLC Community Center with your credentials. If you don’t know your Community Center credentials, reference the OCLC Support website or contact OCLC Support.  If you don’t have Community Center credentials, you may request them here.