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Cataloging Norms Interest Group (Core IG Week) - Shared screen with speaker view
Emory LaPrade
21:03
https://yarnap-utk.weebly.com/core-cnig-2021.html
Marina Morgan
23:22
Thank you
Matthew Dineiro
36:02
Thank you!
Kelly Swickard
36:13
Thank you Emory that was a great overview
Chloe Bragg
36:14
Wonderful, Emory!
Allison Badger
36:20
Thank you! Great presentation!
Monica Hoh
36:26
Thank you, Emory!
Charlie Tillay (they/them)
36:35
Thank you, Emory!
Audra Kackley
36:36
Thank you, Emory.
Emory LaPrade
36:40
https://forms.gle/MqYasVBrb6TqiJLs9 link to feedback form :)
Emory LaPrade
36:43
Thanks y'all!
Katie Bacone
36:43
Thank you, Emory!
Tricia Mackenzie
36:51
Thank you, Emory. Such an excellent presentation!
Ashlea Green
36:58
thank you, Emory!
Elizabeth Boniface
37:01
Great presentation Emory! So relevant!
Elizabeth Rush
37:03
That was very informative, thank you
Caroline Miller
37:08
Thank you Emory. So much to be aware of.
Amy Mihelich
37:19
Thank you Emory!
Tiffany Henry
37:35
Thanks for the great presentation, Emory.
Tiffany Henry
37:59
It looks like the feedback form is currently restricted to your organization?
Emory LaPrade
38:12
oh dear! I'll fix it!
Elizabeth Boniface
38:28
I don't even see the link showing up on my computer. Even though I clicked on it.
Emory LaPrade
39:55
I think I've fixed the permissions
Julie Bouchard
40:19
yes you did
Elizabeth Boniface
40:25
I see the link to the form now! Thanks!
Emory LaPrade
40:29
Brilliant, thank you!
Tiffany Henry
40:30
It's working now, thanks!
Elizabeth Boniface
40:36
Works now!
Elizabeth Rush
41:13
Emory, can you put the link in the chat?
Emory LaPrade
42:22
https://forms.gle/MqYasVBrb6TqiJLs9@elizabeth here's the form link
Elizabeth Rush
42:32
thank you!
Jesse Lambertson
47:07
Tris, this is really interesting
Emory LaPrade
47:59
Yes, this is so neat!
Laura Dicapo
48:11
this is so cool
Rachel Fischer
48:28
Tris, do you have plans to include a z39.50 or API connection to OCLC?
Audra Kackley
50:08
Very interesting. Thank you for sharing.
Jenny Levine (Core, she/hers)
50:09
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Christy Brown Anderson
50:50
Very interesting!
Elizabeth Rush
51:53
Thank you Tris... intriguing information
Brian Humphreys
52:14
Tris, do you think the platform might also be valuable for academic libraries?
Elizabeth Boniface
54:14
I wonder how many libraries put their series in the 245 $a with a subfield $p? We do that for video although we use the traditional 490 for books, scores, and CDs.
Katie Bacone
56:16
We also use Kent District Library's What's Next database http://ww2.kdl.org/libcat/whatsnext.asp
Jesse Lambertson
56:16
Tris, what is your plan for BIBFRAME workflows or might you talk about how you are testing MARC2BIBFRAME conversion workflows?
Adam Schiff
56:42
Series are not uncommonly incorrectly added to records in OCLC where they shouldn't be. 490 generally should contain series transcribed from the manifestation.and I've seen many records where someone has added series that aren't actually on a book.
Bryan Baldus
58:09
I'd guess Star trek is similarly a mess, is it not?
Adam Schiff
58:34
+1 Bryan
Charlie Tillay (they/them)
58:52
It
Laura McElfresh (she/her, UMinn)
59:07
If we were putting bets I'd say ST is similar but SW is a bigger mess (but both a big ol' mess!)
Felicia Piscitelli
59:24
Sometimes series appear on the dust jacket, but not the book itself.
Elizabeth Sander
59:52
What is the source of series information in Goodreads?
Elizabeth Boniface
01:00:00
We have metadata sheets where we get series from but sometimes transcribe them from movies and books as well.
Allison Bailund
01:00:16
I wonder if Star Wars Disney Canon was created for works that fit the new canon (possibly even some that had been considered Expanded Universe before) which once Disney acquired Star Wars are no longer canon.
Charlie Tillay (they/them)
01:00:18
*It's definitely made a difference to me when looking at books in Hoopla/Overdrive...where I don't see subjects, but series are displayed. I haven't worked with these platforms, but I wonder if this would be helpful there!
Elizabeth Boniface
01:01:04
Interesting that Goodreads was a good source for series. I mostly think about them for book recommendations.
Jesse Lambertson
01:01:10
thank you
Catherine Jennings
01:01:15
Will slides be sent out?
Charlie Tillay (they/them)
01:01:27
Thank you to all the presenters!
Audra Kackley
01:01:35
Thank you
Laura Hadjimitsos
01:01:46
Thank-you. Interesting and helpful presentations.
Graeme Williams
01:02:06
My slides can be found at https://github.com/lagbolt/library
Katie Bacone
01:02:11
Thank you all!
Jenny Levine (Core, she/hers)
01:02:21
We'll post links to the slides on the IG Week program schedule and in the ALA Connect group
Erica Lu
01:02:31
Many thanks to the three presenters!
Jesse Lambertson
01:02:31
Tris, what is your plan for BIBFRAME workflows or might you talk about how you are testing MARC2BIBFRAME conversion workflows?
Rachel Fischer
01:02:39
Tris, do you have plans to include a z39.50 or API connection to OCLC?
Graeme Williams
01:02:49
The code and spreadsheet of results is at github.com/lagbolt/catalog-errors
Richard Sapon-White
01:02:59
For Tris: Maybe I missed this, but have you studied how your software-driven subject headings compare to those already assigned by LC?
Jen Finnerty
01:04:03
marc 374 is for gender I think. I've never used it, do you have any suggestions?
Jen Finnerty
01:04:57
sorry marc 374 gender authority file
Bailey Grim
01:05:05
Emory, I agree with your statement that subject headings using only descriptors for groups of people, (for example, African Americans) are not the most appropriate. But many of these authorized terms don't include "people" on the end. Do you think it would be worthwhile to suggest such heading changes to the Library of Congress?
Jesse Lambertson
01:05:39
375 is for gender, 374 is occupation :) https://www.loc.gov/marc/authority/ad375.html
Emory LaPrade
01:06:41
@Jen, unfortunately I've never used it! I think it would be worth examining, or possibly revisiting the PCC Task Group's work
Kelly Swickard
01:06:52
cataloging lab could be a good place to try and suggest as a group for changing headings. They have been successful with changes. https://cataloginglab.org/
Emory LaPrade
01:06:59
@Bailey, I think it would be worthwhile!
Emory LaPrade
01:07:09
Thank you, @Kelly!
Charlie Tillay (they/them)
01:07:10
@jen finnerty, I've supplemented the LCSH options with terms from the homosaurus, according to the PCC Task group's recommendations
Jesse Lambertson
01:07:16
thank you Tris, I am glad you are working on this
Lloyd Chittenden
01:07:26
Tris, is your software open source?
Jesse Lambertson
01:07:36
good question...
Elizabeth Boniface
01:07:38
Kelly, this is really helpful, thanks!
Jesse Lambertson
01:09:10
Tris, do you think a public library could employ someone like Index Data or Bywater to work with implementing your tool?
Rachel Fischer
01:09:17
Librarians can volunteer to edit and correct Goodreads.
Kelly Swickard
01:10:45
Homosaurus controlled vocabulary is really great. Lots of wonderful people working on this. It is run by Digital Transgender Archive https://homosaurus.org/
Jesse Lambertson
01:11:08
thank you, Tris, that is the question I was asking
Ellen Kaye (she/her)
01:11:56
@Rachel Fischer - Now that Goodreads is owned by Amazon, why would librarians want to give free labor to edit it?
Ellen Kaye (she/her)
01:12:03
(That’s not a question)
Emory LaPrade
01:12:17
I love this sharing of resources!
Jesse Lambertson
01:12:28
this has been great everyone! thanks to all the presenters
Susan Martin
01:12:45
https://connect.ala.org/core/communities/community-home?CommunityKey=b63a3192-1491-40ca-a1a4-08e25bf0ec44 to continue the conversation.
Elizabeth Boniface
01:12:50
very useful session! Thank you everyone!
Rebecca R. Malek-Wiley
01:12:56
Thanks very much to all presenters and organizers for a thought-provoking group of presentations!
Elizabeth Rush
01:13:14
@Ellen.. that was a good question!!!
Laura Dicapo
01:13:16
Thanks for all of the enlightening information.
Richard Sapon-White
01:13:29
Thank you!
Marina Morgan
01:13:32
Thank you!
Katie Bacone
01:13:34
Thanks, again!
Kelly Swickard
01:13:38
thank you everyone for informative sessions
Brian Humphreys
01:13:39
Thanks!
Mercia Moreana
01:13:40
Thank you!
Eve Lashley
01:13:41
Thank you for such interesting presentations, everyone!
Erica Lu
01:13:45
Thanks again!
Kelly Swickard
01:13:48
thank you moderators too
Elizabeth Rush
01:13:52
Thank you for participating!
Ellen Kaye (she/her)
01:13:53
Thank you!
Jesse Lambertson
01:13:56
cheers
Jian Lee
01:13:57
Thank you to all the presenters!