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The Future of Library Resource Discovery (pubblicazione NISO)



Il National Information Standards Organization (NISO) ha pubblicato un libro bianco dal titolo  
The Future of Library Resource Discovery
, scritto da Marshall Breeding il direttore di Library Technology Report.




The white paper was commissioned by NISO’s Discovery to Delivery (D2D) Topic Committee as part of its ongoing examination of areas in the discovery landscape that the information community could potentially standardize.

Included in the paper is an overview of the current discovery environment; descriptions of how these technologies, methodologies, and products may be able to adapt to potential future change; and a look beyond current models of discovery to explore possible alternatives, especially those related to linked data.

Il libro Future of Library Resource Discovery è scricabile gratuitamente dal sito  NISO all’indirizzo:

OAIS Introductory Guide (2nd Edition)

Published by the Digital Preservation Coalition in association with Charles Beagrie Ltd., this report looks at the impact of the Open Archival Information System (OAIS) Reference Model, one of the core standards of digital preservation.

In the report, OCLC Research Scientist Brian Lavoie describes the OAIS, its core principles and functional elements, as well as the information model which supports long-term preservation, access and understandability of data—highlighting the in-built level of abstraction which makes it such a widely applicable foundation resource for digital preservation.


Faster, Smarter, and Richer (FSR): Reshaping the Library Catalogue

Nei giorni 27-28 Febbraio 2014 si è svolta a Roma, presso la Biblioteca Vaticana la Conferenza internazionale “Faster, Smarter, and Richer (FSR): Reshaping the Library Catalogue”.

Oltre 200 i partecipanti ed un nutrito parterre di relatori italiani e stranieri; tra essi, nella sessione di apertura Models and Strategies (Chair: Dorothy McGarry) ha partecipato con la relazione introduttiva Daniel Van Spanje (Senior product manager metadata services di OCLC).


Titolo dell’intervento Changing landscapes: rise and fall of the cataloguer’s empire — Keynote speech [Presentazione disponibile qui]