Metadata and Meaning: Creating the 21st Century Catalog

Friday, April 8, 2005
College of Holy Cross, Worcester, MA

8:30 – Registration & Refreshments
9:30 – Program Begins
3:30 – Adjourn

Morning Keynote Address:

FAST: A Subject Headings Schema for the 21st Century by Edward T. O’Neill, Consulting Research Scientist, OCLC, Inc.

Lunchtime Speaker:

Featured Professional Organization: ASIST, the American Society for Information Science and Technology by Beata Panagopolous, Harvard University

Afternoon Keynote Address:

Redefining the Role of Catalogers in the Age of the Semantic Web by Grant Campbell, University of Western Ontario

Breakout Sessions:

What Happens When Users Create Metadata? by Stephen Skuce, MIT

Does FRBR Include Serials?: a FRBR Implementation for All Formats by John Espley,VTLS

Mad about MODS: Implementing MODS in a MARC-Bound Environment by Ann Caldwell, Brown University

Managing the Metadata Morass: Applying Cataloging Skills Beyond the Traditional Catalog by Boston College Staff

Schedule of the Day (Includes write-ups of each event)
Links within the Schedule of the Day may be broken. If available, links to additional materials are provided above.

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