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Tuesday, July 14 • 10:00am - 10:45am
Implementing BIBFRAME record creation: a strategy

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With the charge of "pathways to implementation" the LD4P2 grant left it open to the cohorts to determine how this implementation should take place. At the Frick Art Reference Library, we trained 14 full and part-time staff members to perform record creation in BIBFRAME for four different types of library holdings. This presentation will explain how this process occurred, some best practices, and a look at how the implementation has been received by the library staff. At the heart of the Frick's implementation of BIBFRAME record creation is a Google Drive accessible to all staff members involved in the grant. Serving as a central hub, the Google Drive contains several components designed to help catalogers learn, test, and document record creation. My presentation will outline the tools created and how they have worked for the Frick Art Reference Library staff thus far. This presentation will serve as both a case study for BIBFRAME implementation at a smaller art research institution and as a model for potential scaling of our techniques and tools.

Session Facilitators
avatar for Michelle Futornick

Michelle Futornick

FOLIO Project Manager at Stanford, Stanford University
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TJ Kao

Head of Metadata Creation, UC Davis


Mary Seem

Lead Acquisitions Librarian, Frick Art Reference Library

Tuesday July 14, 2020 10:00am - 10:45am PDT