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Troubleshooting Linked Data Authority Records (Core IG Week) - Shared screen with speaker view
Jenny Levine (Core staff, she/hers)
05:44
Hi, everyone - I'm a Core staff member. Our Code of Conduct can be found at http://www.ala.org/core/about/statement-of-conduct. Please contact me through private chat or at jlevine@ala.org if you experience any violations of the Code.
Heather Campbell
07:46
Is there audio yet?
Jenny Levine (Core staff, she/hers)
07:53
Yes, Paul is speaking
Nancy Lorimer
07:56
yes there is
Jesse Lambertson
19:04
wait, are you saying there are things online that are not true.. :)
Kelly Swickard
19:22
+Jesse
Laura Akerman
21:37
I remember going to a meeting at ALA several years ago (5?) about undifferentiated name records… and they couldn’t agree on a solution, and I’m appalled that undifferentiated name authority records are still among us!
Zoe Dobbs
22:08
focus on deprecation of data rather than deletion - I think that's a really important takeaway
Sherman Clarke
23:05
A NACO record with 4XX $wnne is kind of deprecation rather than deletion.
Felicia Piscitelli
23:21
+Zoe. Sometimes there's not enough information to undifferentiate a commonly used name
Stephen Hearn
23:35
Creation of new LCNAF undifferentiated authorities has ceased by policy and the existing ones are gradually being winnowed out.
Laura Akerman
24:16
Thanks Stephen, I feel better.
Erica Lu
24:19
The undifferentiated-names-problem is more common in romanized names.
Jenny Levine (Core staff, she/hers)
37:14
Hi, everyone - I'm a Core staff member. Our Code of Conduct can be found at http://www.ala.org/core/about/statement-of-conduct. Please contact me through private chat or at jlevine@ala.org if you experience any violations of the Code.
Jenny Levine (Core staff, she/hers)
38:01
The chat will be part of the recording!
Jenny Levine (Core staff, she/hers)
38:07
I think we did lose him
Patricia Dragon
38:42
Individuals can also click the three dots in the chat window and choose Save Chat. It saves to your My Documents.
Jeannette Ho
50:20
When someone has already made the changes in LCNAF, will changes (such as a split/merge) would they get reflected it VIAF without the need to report it to VIAF?
Dean Seeman
50:44
For Nathan: I've had requests to edit WorldCat Identities entries (by faculty members at my institution) since they can be quite visible in search engine results - is there a recommended pathway for making changes to WC Identities? Is it the bibchange@oclc.org email address?
Erica Lu
52:19
For Nathan, how can VIAF justify the authenticity of the request for authors’ name change/merge?
Diana Brooking (UW Seattle)
52:48
I have corrected the NACO records, the OCLC bib records, and reported BFM to LC. But what if an error has been picked up by a variety of national libraries in the meantime? How can their records get fixed so the clusters in VIAF can be fixed? (I have already emailed VIAF about the error, no reply yet...)
Jesse Lambertson
52:52
Question to all the presenters: What are your thoughts about linking vocabularies (and appropriate vocab terms) directly, is this best practice? Or do you think it best, given changes and/or deprecations, NOT to link these vocabularies directly? Seems to me there are multiple possible positions on this question. curious. thank you
Annamarie Klose
54:17
For anyone who joined late, this session is being recorded. A recording link will be sent to all registered attendees.
Benjamin Riesenberg
54:44
http://www.ala.org/core/member-center/interest-groups/linked-data-interest-group
John Hostage
55:06
Given the frequent re-clustering, are VIAF IDs useful as identifiers in linked data? They don't seem to be a consistent identifier of an entity.
Annamarie Klose
55:07
We will invite presenters to share their slides, also, so Ben and I can post them to ALA Connect.
Annamarie Klose
58:05
For Jonathan, my colleagues and I are discussing sharing unique concepts related to comic strips with AAT. How open is Getty to new terms about comic strips which are a niche?
Jen Finnerty
58:18
I was just attending a live webinar on cataloging and gender came up. What is the practice for marc 745 authority for gender, if, say the author wrote a book as a kid with their given gender, but then wrote a book as an adult with a different gender. How is this handled?
Diana Brooking (UW Seattle)
58:51
The national libraries, they need to correct their records. Who reports BFM to France, Germany, etc...?
Diana Brooking (UW Seattle)
59:29
OK, thanks Nathan.
Diana Brooking (UW Seattle)
01:01:47
Yes, I figured I needed to do it myself ;-)
Marina Morgan
01:04:06
Thank you!
Dave Van Kleeck
01:04:25
Thank you to the presenters and hosts!
Isabel Quintana
01:04:26
Thanks to all the speakers. This was an interesting session. Lots to think about.
Jesse Lambertson
01:04:29
thank you everyone
John Byrd
01:04:38
Thank you
Rose Krause
01:04:44
Excellent session!
Lori Robare
01:04:45
Thank you!
TP
01:04:46
Thank you all! The presentations were very interesting@
Anchalee Panigabutra-Roberts
01:04:50
Thank you!
Kathryn Balek
01:04:51
Wonderful presentations. Thanks to all for presenting/hosting/etc.
Eve Lashley
01:04:53
Thank you!
Arden Kirkland
01:04:56
Thank you, everyone!
Amanda Xu
01:05:01
Thank you!
Benjamin Riesenberg
01:05:03
http://www.ala.org/core/member-center/interest-groups/linked-data-interest-group
Anthony Terrizzi
01:05:13
Thanks to all