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Visualizing RDA for Public Services
-Why do we need RDA? -Introduction to the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) -RDA and AACR2: some practical differences
RDA: Coming to a Library Near You
RDA (Resources Description and Access) is a new way to support resource discovery focusing on user tasks in the digital age. RDA, the new cataloguing guidelines have been developed, tested and are set to be implemented in ...
Introduction to Metadata and Metadata Applications: Course Outline (MO-LIBR10035)
Metadata is structured information about an information resource of any media type or format and can be considered an an extension of traditional library cataloguing. Examines the fundamental concepts of metadata and applies ...
Library Linked Data Incubator Group: Review of the Final Report
Highlights the main points and recommendations of the Final Report of the W3C Library Linked Data Incubator Group released on 25Oct2011.
Book Review: Who Owns the Moon?: Extraterrestrial Aspects of Land and Mineral Resources Ownership, by Virgiliu Pop. Berlin, Germany: Springer, 2009
(Canadian Association of Law Libraries, 2012-08)
This is a review of Who Owns the Moon?: Extraterrestrial Aspects of Land and Mineral Resources Ownership by Virgiliu Pop (ISBN: 978-1-4020-9134-6)
Visualizing Linked Data
This presentation aims to contribute to a better understanding of linked data in the law library environment. Linked data is a different way for our bibliographic data to interact with the data available on the Web. It ...
Linked Data and Canadian Legal Resources
An overview of the basic theory and building blocks that support linked data; the growth of the so-called linked open data cloud; how this idea might be applied to legal resources and some of the challenges involved; and ...
Book Review: Visualizing Law in the Age of the Digital Baroque: Arabesques and Entanglements. By Richard K. Sherwin. New York, N.Y. : Routledge, 2011.
(Canadian Association of Law Libraries, 2013)
Trace is an instrumental version of a longer electronic piece originally written in February 2013. This version is scored for violin, double bass, piano and two percussionists and was premiered by the Array Music Ensemble ...