相互合作與運作的彈性，始終是 BIBFRAME 開發過程中的核心。在 ALA 會議裡，BIBFRAME 現況論壇再次重複這兩個重點。合作的現況報導，由過去一年半以來由 Mellon 基金會贊助的 LD4 合作夥伴機構提出。未來兩年的合作走向透過 Mellon 基金會贊助史丹佛大學的經費，由其他 LD4 機構報告與 PCC 的合作，以及 OCLC 與圖書館社群的合作來向我們說明。就運用的彈性而言，即使使用 BIBFRAME 的族群日益增多，很多系統還是需要透過 MARC 來運作，因此如何從 BIBFRAME 轉換成 MARC 也就成為另一個重要的議題。
二月七日 RDA Toolkit Beta 有些小的修正釋出。大部分是針對網站的功能進行調整。這些包含引文的編號和檢索的功能修正，以及系統使用者自建資料的工具(電子書簽，筆記和文件) 效能上的提升。在”指引和資源(Guidance and Resouce)” 下拉選單底下加入子目錄讓在網站裡穿梭更為方便。另外還增加了一個有關 RDA 實際運用情境的新章節，以及在行政管理網站的輔助頁面。
Drawing on the PCC’s history with linked data and related work this article identifies and gives context to pressing areas PCC will need to focus on moving forward. These areas include defining plausible data targets, tractable implementation models and data flows, engaging in related tool development, and participating in the broader linked data community.
The Program for Cooperative Cataloging’s Strategic Directions document for 2018-2021 mark the first explicit mention of diversity and inclusion in PCC strategic planning, but the organization has a significant record of supporting diversity, inclusion and collaboration within the library cataloging community throughout its 25 year history. This paper will outline what the PCC has done to be more diverse and inclusive in its work and collaborations, and offer recommendations on where PCC should go next to even further support diversity, equity, and inclusion with collaboration in the future.
The Library of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), as the only CONSER full member outside North America, has entered into its twentieth year of CONSER membership. This article provides a historical overview of the Library’s participation in the program, its considerations and concerns when it first joined CONSER, and challenges and benefits it experienced over the years. The PCC-related activities that the Library has participated in have increased its growth in the field. The article concludes with future challenges the Library and its community will face.
Librarians are encouraged to collaborate in their work, but examples in LIS literature suggests the term “collaboration” is applied to a range of activities that vary widely in terms of interaction, resource-sharing, cooperative planning, and cooperative service delivery. Collaboration has been studied in other fields but remains largely unexplored beyond case studies in LIS. Through a series of focus groups with librarians and a range of potential community partners, this research identified barriers to collaboration and factors that enable successful partnerships, resulting in a general framework that could act as a guide to planning and developing deep collaborations.
國家圖書館編目園地電子報 第228期 2020/03/02發行