This webinar is part of the NISO/DCMI Joint Webinar Series
Deployment of RDA (Resource Description and Access) Cataloging and its Expression as Linked Data
April 24, 2013
1:00 - 2:30 p.m. (Eastern Time)
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A seminar at the British Library in April 2012 marked the fifth anniversary of a 2007 meeting at which representatives of the Dublin Core, Semantic Web, and RDA communities jointly recommended that the then-draft cataloging standard RDA be provided in the form of vocabularies and application profiles usable for Linked Data.
One year after this anniversary meeting and one year closer to the general deployment of RDA in libraries, this webinar will take stock of progress towards developing application profiles based on RDA and discuss the practicalities of exposing RDA-based data in the Linked Data cloud.
Alan Danskin, Metadata Standards Manager at The British Library, where he has worked in various capacities since 1987, including implementation of MARC 21. He currently represents the library on the Joint Steering Committee for the Development of RDA (Resource Description and Access) for which he until recently served as chair. He has served as chair of the Cataloguing & Indexing Group of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals and is a member of the Book Industry Communication Bibliographic Standards Group.
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