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Tuesday, July 14 • 8:00am - 9:00am
Using linked data for cataloguing procedures: an evaluation of an in-house software

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This presentation will describe an evaluative study of the cataloguing module of an In-House Software named UIILMS, which is used by the Kenneth Dike Library, University of Ibadan, Nigeria for managing records. The linked data used in creating the software being internet based, allows use of "free" data, however, connectivity issues often slow down or completely stall cataloguing procedures. The innovativeness of the software will be highlighted while at the same time describing and discussing the perceptions of the Cataloguing Section staff, in the use of the UIILMS. Recommendations will be made for improvement of the software. The audience are expected to be GLAM staff who work on cataloguing or metadata as well as software developers.

Session Facilitators
avatar for Michelle Futornick

Michelle Futornick

LD4P Program Manager, Stanford University
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TJ Kao

Head of Metadata Creation, UC Davis

Presenters
avatar for Adetoun Adebisi Oyelude

Adetoun Adebisi Oyelude

Principal Librarian, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
I am an Academic librarian in charge of the Cataloguing Section of my library. I work with metadata, maintain the Catalogue. I am in the library Automation team.


Tuesday July 14, 2020 8:00am - 9:00am PDT