A new webinar from NISO. Remember that there is a fee. However, with registration, you also have access to their archives for a year.
Join NISO for our November webinar Data, Data Everywhere featuring Migration
and System Population Practices.
November 11, 2009
1:00 – 2:30 p.m. (Eastern Time)
About the Webinar:
The scope and scale of metadata repositories continues to grow, with
increasingly heterogeneous data and complexity both on the ingest side
(e.g., bibliographic metadata) and in inter- and intra-organizational
exchange of usage, patron, purchase, and accounting data. While data format
and exchange standards are a given, how do policies, implementations, and
standards interact? What are some examples of effective alignment of
standards, policies and implementation, and what challenges remain?
Data quality, policy, and large-scale data flows
How do regional consortia establish and implement policies to allow them to
cope with increasing amounts of data in a widening variety of formats?
— Hilary Newman, Vice President of Implementation Services, Innovative
Academic library perspective
Individual research libraries provide local, customized services for their
audiences that are based upon large quantities of data — hopefully of high
quality and supported by easy-to-use tools and processes provided by vendors
and consortia. What are the successes, stress points, and failures from the
perspective of the academic library?
— Maribeth Manoff, Coordinator for Networked Service Integration,
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
— Robert McDonald, Associate Dean for Library Technologies, Indiana
For more information and to register, visit the event webpage
(http://www.niso.org/news/events/2009/ datasystems09). Registration is per
site (access for one computer) and includes access to the online recorded
archive of the webinar. NISO and NASIG members receive a discounted member
rate. A student discount is also available. Can’t make it on the 11th?
Register and gain access to the recorded archive for one year.
This webinar is sponsored by Ex Libris.