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MARC is dying, some people say, but what comes instead? The Library of Congress has initiated the Bibliographic Framework Transition Initiative (BIBFRAME) that develop a transition path from ...

MARC is dying, some people say, but what comes instead? The Library of Congress has initiated the Bibliographic Framework Transition Initiative (BIBFRAME) that develop a transition path from traditional, records-based bibliographic descriptions to a model built on linked data principles. Deutsche Nationalbibliothek (German National Library, DNB) is among the early implementers. This presentation held at SWIB 2013 in Hamburg gives an overview of the initiative, the activities performed by the DNB so far and what the future might look like.

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    BIBFRAME: Libraries can lead Linked Data BIBFRAME: Libraries can lead Linked Data Presentation Transcript

    • Julia Hauser, Reinhold Heuvelmann und Lars G. Svensson BIBFRAME: Libraries can lead Linked Data 1 | 25 | BIBFRAME | November 26, 2013
    • Libraries are increasingly exchanging data with other cultural heritage institutions 2 | 25 | BIBFRAME | November 26, 2013
    • Everyone here knows that this is both an opportunity and a challenge “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but rather the one most adaptable to change” Paraphrase of Darwin by Leon C. Megginson 3 | 25 | BIBFRAME | November 26, 2013
    • 4 | 25 | BIBFRAME | November 26, 2013 Photo by Erin Kinney (CC BY-NC-ND): http://www.flickr.com/photos/wyolibrarian/407875611/ Non-libraries have a problem with data encoded in MARC (and so do some librarians…)
    • We need a format that allows for easier data reuse – inside and outside of libraries Archive Museum Corpora tion Foto von Doc Searls (CC BY): http://www.flickr.com/photos/docsearls/5500714140/ Library 5 | 25 | BIBFRAME | November 26, 2013
    • BIBFRAME is an attempt to achieve that There won't be any Semantic Web that any mortal can understand until librarians help build it! Uche Ogbuji on Twitter, 2013-01-27 6 | 25 | BIBFRAME | November 26, 2013
    • 7 | 25 | BIBFRAME | November 26, 2013 Photo by Jason Tester Guerilla Futures (CC BY-ND): http://www.flickr.com/photos/streamishmc/2340150187/ BIBFRAME will determine a transition path from MARC 21 to an exchange format based on linked data principles
    • Important requirements are: – Model agnostic – Support RDA, and other cataloging rules – Extensible for new kinds of library material 8 | 25 | BIBFRAME | November 26, 2013
    • The model is based on four core classes: – Work – Instance – Authority – Annotation 9 | 25 | BIBFRAME | November 26, 2013
    • http://de.slideshare.net/zepheiraorg/alabibframe-lc20130630 Slide 21 Interoperability with other models is achieved through community profiles 10 | 25 | BIBFRAME | November 26, 2013
    • The DNB has an experimental implementation of the BIBFRAME model 11 | 25 | BIBFRAME | November 26, 2013
    • The instance data is mainly based on strings 12 <bf:Instance rdf:about="http://d-nb.info/102239648X"> <bf:modeOfIssuance>Einbändiges Werk</bf:modeOfIssuance> <bf:instanceOf rdf:resource="http://d-nb.info/bf_temp/work_102239648X" /> <bf:isbn13>9783866802476</bf:isbn13> <bf:ean>9783866802476</bf:ean> <bf:nbn>12,N22</bf:nbn> <bf:nbn>12,A36</bf:nbn> <bf:local> <bf:identifierScheme>VLB / Netzpublikationen</bf:identifierScheme> <bf:identifierValue>4039423</bf:identifierValue> </bf:local> <bf:responsibilityStatement> Peter Beenk und Uwe Wetzner </bf:responsibilityStatement> <bf:extent>127 S.</bf:extent> <bf:dimensions>24 cm, 310 g</bf:dimensions> <bf:illustrativeContentNote>zahlr. Ill., Kt.</bf:illustrativeContentNote> <bf:title>Hamburg-Wilhelmsburg</bf:title> <bf:providerEntity> <bf:providerName>Sutton</bf:providerName> <bf:providerPlace>Erfurt</bf:providerPlace> <bf:providerDate>2012</bf:providerDate> </bf:providerEntity> <bf:frequency rdf:resource="http://marc21rdf.info/terms/continuingfre%23/u" /> </bf:Instance>
    • The information about the work is more linked to other entities 13 <bf:Work rdf:about="http://d-nb.info/bf_temp/work_102239648X"> <rdf:type rdf:resource="LanguageMaterial" /> <bf:hasInstance rdf:resource="http://d-nb.info/102239648X" /> <bf:associatedAgent> <bf:Person> <bf:hasGNDLink rdf:resource="http://d-nb.info/gnd/1025471474" /> <bf:label>Beenk, Peter</bf:label> <bf:resourceRole rdf:resource="http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/relators/ctb" /> </bf:Person> </bf:associatedAgent> <bf:associatedAgent> <bf:Person> <bf:hasGNDLink rdf:resource="http://d-nb.info/gnd/132364107" /> <bf:label>Wetzner, Uwe</bf:label> <bf:resourceRole rdf:resource="http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/relators/ctb" /> </bf:Person> </bf:associatedAgent> <bf:subject rdf:resource="http://d-nb.info/gnd/4094661-7" /> <bf:class-ddc>943.515087</bf:class-ddc> <bf:class-ddc>943.087</bf:class-ddc> <bf:title>Hamburg-Wilhelmsburg</bf:title> </bf:Work>
    • For full integration into the linked data service we need to create profiles GET /102239648X HTTP 1.1 Host: d-nb.info Accept: application/rdf+xml Link: <http://d-nb.info/standards/profiles/bibframe>; rel=“profile” Possible solution 14 | 25 | BIBFRAME | November 26, 2013
    • Much work remains to be done 15 | 25 | BIBFRAME | November 26, 2013
    • Graphic by Kevin Ford The BIBFRAME vocabulary must be enriched and then stabilised 16 | 25 | BIBFRAME | November 26, 2013
    • Graphic by Eric Miller The model will be continually developed 17 | 25 | BIBFRAME | November 26, 2013
    • The new BIBFRAME editor shall assist cataloguers working with the model 18 | 25 | BIBFRAME | November 26, 2013
    • Photo by The Hamster Factor (CC BY-NC-ND): http://www.flickr.com/photos/disaster_area/3454110496/ DNB will continue to update its service 19 | 25 RDA FRBR | BIBFRAME | November 26, 2013
    • So can BIBFRAME replace MARC? 20 | 25 | BIBFRAME | November 26, 2013
    • We need a format that allows for easier data reuse and MARC is a problem Archive Museum Corpora tion Foto von Doc Searls (CC BY): http://www.flickr.com/photos/docsearls/5500714140/ Library 21 | 25 | BIBFRAME | November 26, 2013
    • http://www.gedankenkonsum.de/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/the-future.jpg BIBFRAME is an attempt to achieve that 22 | 25 | BIBFRAME | November 26, 2013
    • The DNB will continue to explore the format and its possibilities BIBFRAME + RDA = TRUE 23 | 25 | BIBFRAME | November 26, 2013 ?
    • BIBFRAME – Making library data more linked 24 | 25 | BIBFRAME | November 26, 2013
    • More information at – http://bibframe.org/ – http://www.dnb.de/EN/bibframe – Mailing list: http://listserv.loc.gov/listarch/bibframe.html 25 | 25 | BIBFRAME | November 26, 2013