The eXtensible Catalog project at the University of Rochester's River Campus Libraries is pleased to release the first report on the user research that we conducted in support of XC software development. We thank the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and our user research partners - Cornell, Ohio State, Yale and the University of Rochester - for their generous support of this project.
Use this URL for a report that summarizes the objectives, methods, and major software design findings from the data collected in the user research portion of the eXtensible Catalog (XC) project. A full analysis and interpretation of the data is not included in the present report and will be provided at the conclusion of the project. This report includes edited results from the brainstorming sessions and a list of the features that emerged from the analysis of those results. (See the eXtensible Catalog website for more information about the overall project.)
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
The eXtensible Catalog project takes a look at what "they" want.
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
The June 2009 IFLA Classification and Indexing Section newsletter is now available.
Monday, June 15, 2009
News from MARBI.
The following papers are available for review by the MARC community:
Discussion Paper No. 2009-DP05: Making 008/39 (Cataloging source) obsolete in the MARC 21 Bibliographic Format.Discussion Paper No. 2009-DP06/2: Enhancing Field 033 and Field 518 for Place and Date of Capture in the MARC21 Bibliographic Format.Proposal No. 2009-08: Changes to field 257 (Country of Producing Entity) for use with non-archival materials in the MARC 21 Bibliographic Format.