The slides from the presentations at the BIBFRAME Update at ALA midwinter in Philadelphia have been posted at www.loc.gov/bibframe/news/bibframe-update-mw2020.html.
As a reminder this was the program:
Library of Congress BIBFRAME Update Forum
Sunday, January 26, 2020
Collaboration and flexibility have been two of the keywords in the BIBFRAME developments from the beginning. At ALA the BIBFRAME Update Forum will highlight both. Collaborations now with a report of from a “cohort” institution in the Mellon funded LD4 developments over the last year and a half. Exciting collaborations over the next two years fueled by recent Mellon grants -- Stanford and other LD4 institutions with the PCC, and OCLC with the community. Is the new landscape beginning to take shape? If so flexibility is even more essential as many systems will need MARC even as the BIBFRAME community grows, so conversion from BIBFRAME to MARC will be an important topic.
Introduction and Library of Congress 2020 Goals
BIBFRAME Implementation at the University of Alberta Library: Canadian Cohort of LD4P2
Abigail Sparling, University of Alberta
PCC roles and files
Jennifer Baxmeyer, Princeton University
OCLC BIBFRAME plans
Nathan Putnam, OCLC
Library of Congress BIBFRAME to MARC conversion
Jodi Williamschen, Library of Congress