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Dear colleagues,


I just discovered that the slides of all the presentations are now online, see


Best wishes,




Reinhold Heuvelmann

German National Library

Information Infrastructure

Office for Data Formats

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60322 Frankfurt am Main


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Von: Bibliographic Framework Transition Initiative Forum [mailto:[log in to unmask]] Im Auftrag von McCallum, Sally
Gesendet: Samstag, 19. Januar 2019 21:10
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Betreff: [BIBFRAME] Library of Congress BIBFRAME Update announcement - Corrected date!


(Note corrected date)

Library of Congress BIBFRAME Update

Sunday, January 27, 2019;  9:30-10:30  (Note new time!)

Hyatt Regency Seattle, Elwha (Jr. Ballroom West)


The BIBFRAME Update will highlight expansion activities. Expanding the Library of Congress Pilot 2 during the next year requires that BIBFRAME descriptions be convertible to MARC and the BIBFRAME system be more efficient.  Philip Schreur will describe the exciting expansion that Stanford is leading under a Mellon grant.  European activity and the European BIBFRAME Workshop will be the focus for Reinhold Heuvelmann from the German National Library.  And OCLC will provide an update on their BIBFRAME explorations.  


Join us on Sunday morning!



Beacher Wiggins, Library of Congress     

Library of Congress BIBFRAME Pilot expansion

     BIBFRAME to MARC                                                              

Sally McCallum,   Library of Congress

    System adjustments

Kevin Ford,   Library of Congress

New Linked Data for Production Project (LD4P2)

              Philip Schreur, Stanford University

European BIBFRAME Workshop

              Reinhold Heuvelmann, German National Library

OCLC research with BIBFRAME

              Nathan Putnam, OCLC