Tagged: Bibflow news

BIBFLOW was a two-year project (2013-2016) that investigated the future of library technical services, i.e., cataloging and related workflows, in light of modern technology infrastructure such as the Web and new data models and formats such as Resource Description and Access (RDA) and BIBFRAME, the new encoding and exchange format in development by the Library of Congress.

Recent Enhancements, News, and Activities John Kunze, EZID System Architect, and Greg Janée, EZID Technical Lead, both attended the third annual CSV conference in Portland, May 2-3. “CSV” is short for “comma separated values,” and it is a common format for data exchange. Excel files can be saved in
June 7, 2017
Source: Release of new EZID user interface CDL is pleased to announce the all-new EZID user interface, which improves the site’s look and feel, provides a better platform for outreach, and makes it even easier for researchers and librarians to create and manage persistent identifiers.
June 22, 2016
The entire BIBFLOW team met at the UC Davis Library, June 17th and 18th to kick-off the active phase of the project. This first, official, all-team meeting had two primary foci: 1) to flesh out the conceptual focus of the project; and 2) to establish workflows and a set of
June 25, 2015
On February 10, BIBFLOW’s Carl Stahmer (Director of Digital Scholarship at UC Davis) joined Sally McCallum (Chief, Network Developments/MARC Standards Office, Library of Congress), Ted Fons (Executive Director, Data Services and WorldCat Quality Management, OCLC) and Kenning Arlitsch (Dean, Montana State University) as a presenter at OCLC’s
March 6, 2015