Directions In Metadata--Introductory Slides

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Directions in Metadatawith Karen Coyle

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SirsiDynix PerspectiveSirsiDynix is sponsoring this webinar because the concepts presented are important to the library community and the users we serve

Libraries AND vendors need to take a broader approach to the data available to them

SirsiDynix participates in standards development and follows discussions about metadata trends

9The end user just wants a copy of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince. In a typical display today, the user has to decide why one title might be better than another and may have to wade through several titles before finding one that has available copies or copies that can be placed on hold.