Posting to Bibframe On 06/02/2017 16:32, Jeff Edmunds wrote: Your final paragraph is what intrigues me most. How, in fact, would widespread adoption by libraries of BIBFRAME (or whatever it…

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Posting to Bibframe On 02/02/2017 21:29, Karen Coyle wrote: My fave scenario for library linked data, the data flows in the opposite direction. Look at how rich an author page…

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Posting to Bibframe On 02/02/2017 16:55, Jeremy Goldstein wrote: For an example, let’s say a patron is searching for a copy of the film Zootopia at my library. My holding…

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Posting to Bibframe On 01/02/2017 22:25, Jeff Edmunds wrote (concerning the definition of “failure”): Widely adopted = adopted by a majority of libraries (of which, in the US, according to…

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Comment to Netanel Ganin’s Emflix – Gone Baby Gone , Code4Lib Journal Issue 33, 2016-07-19. Summary: “Enthusiasm is no replacement for experience. This article describes a tool developed at the…

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Here is a quote that struck me from Mario Vargas Llosa’s provocative book, Notes on the Death of Culture, in the chapter The Disappearance of Eroticism. He describes how in…

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While most faculty members are still unaware of open educational resources, use in introductory courses nearly rivals that of traditional textbooks, study finds. … Almost half of all respondents (48…

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