Introduction to FRBR/FRAD: A Conversation

296 views

Published on

Riley, Jenn. Facilitator/emcee for plenary session "FRBR/FRAD: A Conversation" Music OCLC Users Group (MOUG) Annual Meeting, February 14, 2012, Dallas, TX.

  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Introduction to FRBR/FRAD: A Conversation

  1. 1. FRBR/FRAD: A CONVERSATION Jenn Riley, UNC-Chapel Hill Jean Harden, University of North Texas Jay Weitz, OCLC
  2. 2. February 14, 2012 MOUG 2012 2 How this is going to work 1. Presentations from Jean and Jay 2. Gather talking points from you, based on the presentations and related FRBR/FRAD (and, by extension, RDA) issues 3. Break into groups to discuss those talking points (30 minutes) 4. Reconvene in the big group for (2 minute!) reporting, synthesis, wrapup (20 minutes)
  3. 3. February 14, 2012 MOUG 2012 3 Goals of the small group discussions • Increase understanding of the FRBR/FRAD models and their implementation among attendees, including, but not limited to, in RDA • Generate ideas for specific things the library cataloging community can do to to move towards FRBRized data and systems • Identify issues that will need to be resolved in order to move towards FRBRized data and systems • Identify ways in which the music metadata community can uniquely or substantively contribute to moving forward
  4. 4. February 14, 2012 MOUG 2012 And we’re back • 2 minute reports from groups • Really. I mean it. • There will be a buzzer. • Discussion: • What common themes arose from multiple groups? • What new questions do these reports raise? • What next? 4

×