Come join your colleagues at the ALCTS Toronto program:
"ISBDs: INTERNATIONAL STANDARD BIBLIOGRAPHIC DESCRIPTIONS--
DO WE STILL NEED THEM?"
DATE: Sunday, June 22, 2003
HOTEL: DEL (Delta Chelsea)
ROOM: Churchill BR
TIME: 1:30-3:3:0 P.M.
Learn about the ISBDs from four experts!
John D. Byrum, Jr.--IFLA's program to produce and promote the ISBDs,
including their origins, purpose, adaptation, and continued relevance
Glenn Patton--How the ISBDs are evolving to meet the needs of
catalogers around the world, and how they are used directly or as
principles that underlie AACR and other cataloging codes
Olivia Madison--Conceptual synergy between the ISBD development and
FRBR, and the potential impact of the two standards on new access
parameters in the online bibliographic environment
Lynne C. Howarth--Putting the ISBDs in metadata. How IFLA is
incorporating the ISBDs as a framework or model for the content, design,
and application of a common metadata core for bibliographic control
This program is co-sponsored by the ALCTS Cataloging and Classification
Section and the ALCTS
Networked Resources and Metadata Committee, with generous support from
K. G. Saur
Ann M. Sandberg-Fox and Mary Woodley, Program Co-chairs