Registration is still open for the California Library Association Institute "The FRBR Model: Influencing Future Development of Information Standards." Sponsored by the CLA Access, Collections, and Technical Services Section, the one-day institute will be held on Friday, November 12, 2004, 9 AM-5 PM (with a break from noon to 1:30) at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose CA. All library staff are welcome to attend. Cost is $75. Pre-registration closes Monday, November 1.Register online. Printable registration form.The institute will feature presenters:
Barbara B. Tillett, Chief, Cataloging Policy and Support Office, Library of CongressThomas B. Hickey, Chief Scientist, OCLCMerrilee Proffitt, Program Officer, RLG.
The Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) model provides a new way of defining relationships between bibliographic items, their creators, and their subjects. While it embodies the fundamental laws of cataloging and librarianship, it also offers ways to further develop and enrich existing catalogs. This full day workshop will provide participants with an introduction to FRBR concepts, descriptions of FRBR research, and a project implementing FRBR concepts, as well as the opportunity to hear from some of the leading experts in the field. Informative handouts will be provided.