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Presentation given at American Association of Law Libraries meeting in Denver, July 13, 2010.

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<ul><li> 1. Getting from Here to There<br>And where is There exactly, Anyway?<br></li> <li> 2. What Does There Look Like<br>Not like catalog cards<br>Not MARC records<br>Not necessarily records at all<br>Not entirely our data<br>Data sharing, but probably not with a center point<br>More open, less constrained by old assumptions about functionality<br>Includes more collaborators outside the library silo<br>7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>2<br></li> <li> 3. Standards Upgrade!<br>7/13/10<br>3<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br></li> <li> 4. Why RDA?<br>RDA is a FRBR-based approach to structuring bibliographic data<br>It contains more explicitly machine-friendly linkages (preferably with URIs)<br>Theres more emphasis on relationships and roles <br> and less emphasis on cataloger-created notes and text strings (particularly for identification)<br>Less emphasis on transcription (important in an increasingly digital world) <br>7/13/10<br>4<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br></li> <li> 5. RDA &amp; FRBR: Registered!<br>RDA WEMI Elements: <br>http://metadataregistry.org/schema/show/id/1.html<br>RDA Roles:<br>http://metadataregistry.org/schema/show/id/4.html<br>RDA Vocabulary: Base Material<br>http://metadataregistry.org/vocabulary/show/id/35.html<br>FRBRer Model<br>http://metadataregistry.org/schemaprop/list/schema_id/5.html<br>7/13/10<br>5<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br></li> <li> 6. Whos Doing This?<br>DCMI/RDA Task Group<br>See: http://dublincore.org/dcmirdataskgroup/<br>Set up during the April 2007 London meeting between JSC and DCMI<br>Gordon Dunsire and Diane Hillmann, co-chairs<br>Karen Coyle &amp; Alistair Miles, consultants<br>IFLA Classification and Indexing Section<br>Gordon Dunsire, Centre for Digital Library Research, University of Strathclyde, registering FRBR entities and relationships, FRAD, ISBD, etc.<br>7/13/10<br>6<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br></li> <li> 7. Walking through a concrete example <br>From the Cataloger Scenarios<br>7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>7<br></li> <li> 8. Jane Cataloger is assigned to work on a gift collection. Her first selection is a Latvian translation of Kurt Vonnegut's "Bluebeard: a novel." She searches the library database for the original work, and finds:<br>*Author: Kurt Vonnegut<br> *Title of the work: Bluebeard: a novel<br> *Form of work: Novel<br> *Original language of the work: English<br>8<br>7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>A Cataloger Scenario<br></li> <li> 9. 7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>9<br>Translated to RDA/XML:<br> ID="rda.basic/01&gt;<br>Kurt Vonnegut<br>Bluebeard: a novel<br>NovelEnglish<br><br>Upgraded to RDA/XML with Links:<br> ID="rda.basic/01&gt;<br>http://lcnaf.info/79062641<br>Bluebeard: a novel<br>http://RDVocab.info/genre/1008http://marclang.info/eng &gt;<br><br></li> <li> 10. 7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>10<br>with links to the following expression information:<br>*Language of expression: English<br> *Content type: Text<br>and one manifestation:<br>*Statement designating edition: 1st trade edition<br> *Place of publication: New York<br> *Publishers name: Delacorte Press<br> *Date of publication: 1987<br> *Extent of text: 300 pages<br> *Identifier for the manifestation: [ISBN]0385295901<br></li> <li> 11. 7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>11<br>Translated to RDA/XML:<br> ID="rda.basic/07&gt;<br>TextEnglish<br><br>Upgraded to RDA/XML with Links:<br> ID="rda.basic/07&gt;<br>http://RDVocab.info/termList/RDAContentType/1020&gt;http://marclang.info/eng &gt;<br><br></li> <li> 12. 7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>12<br>Translated to RDA/XML (with links below):<br> ID="rda.basic/09&gt;<br>1st Trade Edition&gt;New York<br>Delacorte Press<br>1987<br>300 pages<br>[ISBN]0385295901&gt;<br><br> ID="rda.basic/09&gt;<br>1st Trade Edition&gt;http://www.getty.edu/tgn/7007567&gt;<br>http://onixpub.info/2039987&gt;<br>1987<br>300 pages<br>urn:ISBN:0385295901&gt;<br><br></li> <li> 13. 7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>13<br>FRBR Group 1<br>Work<br>Exp: eng<br>Man: eng<br></li> <li> 14. 7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>14<br>Jane begins her description by linking to the existing Work entity. She then creates an expression description:<br>*Content type: text<br>*Language of expression: Latvian<br>*Translator:Grigulis, Arvds<br>She creates an authority record for the translator since none yet existed. She continues by creating a fuller description for the new manifestation, linking to the authority record for the Latvian publisher (what luck, it already existed!).<br>*Title: [in Latvian]<br>*Place of publication: Riga<br>*Publishers name: Liesma<br>*Date of publication: 1997<br>*Extent of Text: 315 pages<br></li> <li> 15. 7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>15<br>Translated to RDA/XML:<br> ID="rda.basic/11&gt;<br>textLatvian<br>Grigulis, Arvds<br><br>Upgraded to RDA/XML with Links:<br> ID="rda.basic/11&gt;<br>http://RDVocab.info/termList/RDAContentType/1020&gt;http://marclang.info/lav&gt;<br>http://lcnaf.info/83219993 <br><br></li> <li> 16. 7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>16<br>Translated to RDA/XML (with links below):<br> ID="rda.basic/09&gt;<br>[in Latvian]&gt;<br>Riga<br>Liesma<br>1997<br>315 pages<br><br> ID="rda.basic/09&gt;<br>http://www.getty.edu/tgn/7006484&gt;<br>http://onixpub.info/6770094&gt;<br>1997<br>315 pages<br><br></li> <li> 17. 7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>17<br>FRBR Group 1<br>Work<br>Exp: eng<br>Exp: lav<br>Man: eng<br>Man: lav<br></li> <li> 18. 7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>18<br>FRBR Group 2<br>FRBR Group 1<br>Work<br>Author<br>Translator<br>Publisher<br>Exp: eng<br>Exp: lav<br>Man: eng<br>Man: lav<br></li> <li> 19. 7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>19<br>FRBR Group 2<br>FRBR Group 1<br>Work<br>Author<br>Translator<br>Exp: eng<br>Exp: lav<br>Publisher<br>FRBR Group 3<br>Concepts<br>Objects<br>Events<br>Places<br>Man: eng<br>Man: lav<br>Subjects<br></li> <li> 20. 7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>20<br>FRBR Group 2<br>FRBR Group 1<br>Work<br>Author<br>Translator<br>Exp: eng<br>Exp: lav<br>Publisher<br>FRBR Group 3<br>Concepts<br>Objects<br>Events<br>Places<br>Man: eng<br>Man: lav<br>Subjects<br>Relationship<br>Vocabularies<br>Content Vocabularies<br>Other Information<br>In the Cloud<br>Media Vocabularies<br></li> <li> 21. Can Standards Help?<br>Not Necessarily Library Standards <br>7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>21<br></li> <li> 22. Semantic Web Standards<br>RDF: Resource Description Framework<br>Statements about Web resources in the form of subject-predicate-object expressions, called triples<br>E.g. This presentation has creator Diane Hillmann<br>RDF Schema<br>Vocabulary description language of RDF<br>SKOS: Simple Knowledge Organisation System<br>Expresses the basic structure and content of concept schemes such as thesauri and other types of controlled vocabularies<br>An RDF application<br>OWL (Web Ontology Language)<br>Explicitly represents the meaning of terms in vocabularies and the relationships between them<br>7/13/10<br>22<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br></li> <li> 23. Semantic Web Building Blocks<br>Each component of an RDF statement (triple) is a resource<br>RDF is about making machine-processable statements, requiring<br>A machine-processable language for representing RDF statements<br>Extensible Markup Language (XML) <br>A system of machine-processable identifiers for resources (subjects, predicates, objects)<br>Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) <br>For full machine-processing potential, an RDF statement is a set of three URIs<br>7/13/10<br>23<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br></li> <li> 24. Things Requiring Identification<br>Object This presentation<br>e.g. its electronic location (URL)<br>Predicate has creator<br>e.g. http://purl.org/dc/terms/creator<br>Object Diane Hillmann<br>One option: URI of entry in Library of Congress Name Authority File (real soon now?)<br>NAF: nr2001015786<br>Declaring vocabularies/values in SKOS and OWL provides URIsessential for the Semantic Web<br>7/13/10<br>24<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br></li> <li> 25. Examining RDA Genetics<br>RDAs model is primarily FRBR and FRAD, but also takes some of its DNA from Dublin Core<br>DCs Abstract Model de-composes traditional metadata records and re-composes them with additional levels above and below what weve traditionally thought of as our atomic level<br>The DCAM also talks about statements in ways that help connect RDA to the Semantic Web<br>7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>25<br></li> <li> 26. 7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>26<br>A Dublin Core View of the World<br>DCMI Abstract Model: http://dublincore.org/documents/abstract-model/<br></li> <li> 27. 7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>27<br>A Dublin Core View of the World<br>DCMI Abstract Model: http://dublincore.org/documents/abstract-model/<br></li> <li> 28. 7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>28<br>Anatomy of a Statement<br>Property<br>Value<br>Place of Production: New York<br>Value<br>String<br></li> <li> 29. 7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>29<br>Anatomy of a Statement<br>Property<br>Value<br>Place of Production: http://www.getty.edu/tgn/7007567<br>Related<br>Description<br></li> <li> 30. 7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>30<br>Description Sets a Key Concept!<br></li> <li> 31. Description Set=A set of one or more descriptions, each of which describes a single resource.*<br>31<br>*DCAM Definition<br>7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br></li> <li> 32. A Different Strategy<br>What Happens When We Give Up the Record as Our Basic Unit?<br>7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>32<br></li> <li> 33. Our View of the Internet, 1995<br>The turning point for the World Wide Web was the introduction[4] of the Mosaic web browser[5] in 1993, a graphical browser developed by a team at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), led by Marc Andreessen. -- Wikipedia<br>7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>33<br></li> <li> 34. What Would Happen If <br>We stopped thinking about our data as records<br>Instead, we started thinking of our data as statements<br>We started thinking of these statements as able to be aggregated in a variety of ways, for a variety of purposes<br>Including sharing with others, both within the library and beyond<br>What would that look like?<br>7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>34<br></li> <li> 35. 7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>35<br>Statements on the Floor?<br>ID=23456 hasStatementOfEdition 1st trade edition<br>ID=23456 hasPublicationDate 1987<br>ID=23456 hasPublisher Delacorte Press<br>ID=23456 hasOriginalLanguage English<br>ID=23456 hasLanguageOfExpression English<br>ID=23456 hasAuthor Kurt Vonnegut<br>ID=23456 isFormOfWork Novel<br>ID=23456 hasPlaceOfPublication New Yorkl<br>ID=23456 hasPreferredTitle Bluebeard, a novel<br></li> <li> 36. 7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>36<br>Is This Really Chaos?<br>ID=23456 hasStatementOfEdition 1st trade edition<br>ID=23456 hasAuthor Kurt Vonnegut<br>ID=23456 hasPublicationDate 1987<br>ID=23456 isFormOfWork Novel<br>ID=23456 hasPublisher Delacorte Press<br>ID=23456 hasPlaceOfPublication New Yorkl<br>ID=23456 hasLanguageOfExpression English<br>ID=23456 hasOriginalLanguage English<br>ID=23456 hasPreferredTitle Bluebeard, a novel<br></li> <li> 37. 7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>37<br>ID=23456 hasAuthor Kurt Vonnegut<br>Or Just an Aggregation<br>In the Making?<br>ID=23456 hasStatementOfEdition 1st trade edition<br>ID=23456 hasPublicationDate 1987<br>ID=23456 isFormOfWork Novel<br>ID=23456 hasPublisher Delacorte Press<br>ID=23456 hasPlaceOfPublication New Yorkl<br>ID=23456 hasLanguageOfExpression English<br>ID=23456 hasOriginalLanguage English<br>ID=23456 hasPreferredTitle Bluebeard, a novel<br></li> <li> 38. 7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>38<br>ID=23456 hasAuthor Kurt Vonnegut<br>ID=23456 hasPreferredTitle Bluebeard, a novel<br>ID=23456 hasStatementOfEdition 1st trade edition<br>ID=23456 hasPublicationDate 1987<br>ID=23456 isFormOfWork Novel<br>ID=23456 hasPublisher Delacorte Press<br>ID=23456 hasPlaceOfPublication New Yorkl<br>ID=23456 hasLanguageOfExpression English<br>ID=23456 hasOriginalLanguage English<br></li> <li> 39. 7/13/10<br>AALL 2010 Denver<br>39<br>ID=23456 hasAuthor Kurt Vonnegut<br>ID=23456 hasPreferredTitle Bluebeard, a novel<br>ID=23456 h...</li></ul>