Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Bibliography in the Digital Age

News from IFLA.
The videos and presentations from the satellite meeting Bibliography in the digital age arranged by IFLA Bibliography Section and IFLA Cataloguing Section are made available online by our kind host Biblioteka Narodowa, Warsaw, Poland at: http://www.bn.org.pl/ifla-2012/presentations-and-videos/
The presentations are:
  • Aniko Dudás: Who are the users and what are their expectations?
  • Tuula Haapamäki and Sinikka Luukkanen: Cataloguing Policy in the National Library of Finland - strategies and practices for the metadata of digital resources
  • Hanne Hørl Hansen: Online materials in The Danish National Bibliography
  • Karin Kleiber: Online materials published in Austria - collecting, archiving and metadata
  • Anke Meyer: The management of a digital national bibliography at the Deutsche Nationalbibliothek
  • Pat Riva: National Bibliography in Canada: Two national bibliographic agencies, two approaches
  • Marcin Roszkowski: Integration of Polish National Bibliography within repository platform for science and humanities
  • Neil Wilson: Guidelines for the future: sharing best practice for national bibliographies in the digital era

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