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  • What users want & how FRBR can help

    Diane Vizine-GoetzResearch ScientistOCLC Research

  • Presentation historyA version of this presentation was given at:A Symposium for Publishers and Librarians18-19 March 2009OCLC Conference CenterDublin, Ohio (USA)Dewey Breakfast/Update24 January 2009ALA Midwinter Meeting, Denver, CO (USA)ALCTS Cataloging & Classification Section Forum23 January 2009ALA Midwinter Meeting, Denver, CO (USA)

  • FRBR in FiveFRBR = Functional Requirements for Bibliographic RecordsDeveloped by cataloging experts working under the auspices of IFLA (International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions) FRBR is from a document issued by IFLA:Functional requirements for bibliographic records : final report (1998)FRBR is a conceptual model not a standardFRBR systematically models the bibliographic universe

  • FRBR defines 3 groups of entitiesGroup 1: products of intellectual or artistic endeavor that are named of described in bibliographic recordswork, expression, manifestation, itemGroup 2: entities responsible for the intellectual or artistic content, the physical production and dissemination, or the custodianship of such productsperson, corporate bodyGroup 3: entities that serve as the subjects of intellectual or artistic endeavorconcept, object, event, place

  • Group 1 - Bibliographic EntitiesWorkA distinct intellectual or artistic creationExpressionThe intellectual or artistic realization of a workManifestationThe physical embodiment of an expression of a workItemA single example of a manifestation

  • FRBR Entity Levels (Group 1)Based on a graphic in Tillett, Barbara "AACR2's Strategic Plan and IFLA Work towards an International Cataloguing Code (2002)

  • FRBR Entity Levels RevisitedBased on a graphic in Tillett, Barbara "AACR2's Strategic Plan and IFLA Work towards an International Cataloguing Code (2002)

  • OCLC FRBR Work-set AlgorithmProvides a FRBR-based view of the dataRecords clustered into works using author and title fields from bibliographic and authority records Author names and titles normalized to construct a work key All records with the same key are grouped together in a work set or cluster

  • WorldCat Statistics (January 2009)3.2 records/work set for multi-record sets

  • Karen Calhoun & Janet Hawk, Online catalogs: What users and librarians wantA review of market research dataDISCOVERY Recommended enhancements to WorldCat

  • 4.87 records/work set for multi-record sets

    FRBR Work Set Count Cover Art2,365,961Summary/Abstract 6,278,014Table of Contents 4,714,103Total works sets 12,169,454Single record sets 9,535,415Multi-record sets 2,634,039

  • Share data elements across a FRBR Work Set

  • Work pages betaProvides a rich context from cataloging data

  • Project team

    JD Shipengrover Roger ThompsonDiane Vizine-Goetz Harry WagnerAbstracts Authority Data Form/Genre Terms FRBR Clusters Holdings Data Class Numbers Subject Headings Summaries Tables of Contents

    ***A work: Shakespeares Hamlet is a work not any particular edition or version or translation but Hamlet as an intellectual concept.

    An expression: this is a work realized in a particular version or translation. The original text of Hamlet is an expression; so is a French translation or a German one.

    A manifestation: this is an expression that is issued or published So the edition of the Andre Gide French translation published in Paris in 1946 is a manifestation.

    An item: a copy of a manifestation on the shelves in a library so the copy of Andre Gides translation of Hamlet in the stacks at the Library of Congress with the call number PR2779.H3G5 1946Tillett, Barbara "AACR2's Strategic Plan and IFLA Work towards an International Cataloguing Code" presentation to the Commissione permanente per l'aggiornamento della RICA (Rome, 21 November 2002)

    Agenda - http://www.iccu.sbn.it/genera.jsp?id=96&l=it

    http://www.iccu.sbn.it/upload/documenti/Tillett.ppt

    *Tillett, Barbara "AACR2's Strategic Plan and IFLA Work towards an International Cataloguing Code" presentation to the Commissione permanente per l'aggiornamento della RICA (Rome, 21 November 2002)

    Agenda - http://www.iccu.sbn.it/genera.jsp?id=96&l=it

    http://www.iccu.sbn.it/upload/documenti/Tillett.ppt

    *http://www.oclc.org/research/projects/frbr/algorithm.htm

    ****Slide 27 from presentation by Karen Calhoun & Janet Hawk, Online catalogs: What users and librarians want A review of market research data 7 November 2008, Charleston Conference. Used with permission. Presentations is available at: http://www.slideshare.net/amarintha/online-catalgs-what-users-and-librarians-want-presentationRecords are grouped using the OCLC FRBR work-set algorithm. The statistics are based on a September 2008 snapshot of WorldCat.

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