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[InetBib] WG: Call for papers - IFLA Satellite Meeting: Bibliography in the digital age, Warsaw 2012
- Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2011 14:40:24 +0100
- From: Kleiber Karin <karin.kleiber@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [InetBib] WG: Call for papers - IFLA Satellite Meeting: Bibliography in the digital age, Warsaw 2012
Sehr geehrte Kolleginnen und Kollegen,
Gerne möchte ich Sie auf den nachfolgenden Call for Papers für die im Vorfeld
IFLA-Konferenz 2012 stattfindende Satellitenkonferenz »Bibliography in the
digital age« aufmerksam machen.
Mit freundlichen Grüßen
Mag. Karin Kleiber, MAS
Team Pflicht 1 - Österreichische Bibliografie
Josefsplatz 1, 1015 Wien
Tel.: +431 53410-405
Fax: +431 53410-682
FBG Handelsgericht Wien
E-Mail: karin.kleiber@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:karin.kleiber@xxxxxxxxx>
IFLA Satellite Meeting
Bibliography in the digital age
Thursday 9 August 2012
Organised by the IFLA Bibliography Section and IFLA Cataloguing Section and
hosted by Biblioteka Narodowa, Warsaw
Call for papers
Theme: Bibliography in the digital age
IFLA Bibliography Section and IFLA Cataloguing Section invite proposals for
papers to be presented at a joint satellite meeting prior to the World Library
and Information Congress (WLIC) 2012.
IFLA Bibliography Section endorsed in 2009 the publication National
Bibliographies in the Digital Age: Guidance and New Directions. (IFLA Series on
Bibliographic Control ; 39)
The publication was presented as follows: «The changes brought about by the
World Wide Web and the explosion of electronic media have called into question
many of the assumptions on which national bibliographies have been founded. The
need was growing of a route map to navigate through uncharted territories.
After a preparation period of several years, IFLA's Bibliography Section
endorsed this large set of guidelines. They seek to help national bibliographic
agencies improve their bibliographic services.»
The satellite meeting should be seen as a continuation of this publication and
the purpose is to get an overview of the current situation, inspiration and
update on how to deal with e-resources in national bibliographies, when the
mission is to serve as an important information resource for selection,
acquisition, cataloguing and verification in libraries and for the general
public as well as a means for scientific research and publication statistics.
Which selection criteria are/could be used? Which metadata are/should be
produced and how? Are the standards used for producing metadata applicable for
this area? How can we reduce the costs of our efforts?
The proposals shall
reflect some of the issues in the publication
present best practices including explanations about their origins and reasons
for adoption .
Areas of interest include subjects referring to the chapters of the publication:
· Value of national bibliographies: Use and users (both humans and
· Selection principles (scope of the national bibliography, electronic
resources and "traditional" resources)
· Cataloguing (Which metadata are to be provided? From which sources?
How does that correspond with integration and sharing metadata with other
interested parties? What about cataloguing rules when metadata are produced
· Functionality and interface (The consequenses of linked and linked
open data - what is a record produced by the national bibliography?)
· Organisation and management of national bibliographies (for example
connections with e-legal deposit)
· Cooperation with publishers: Integration and sharing of metadata for
Be aware that the question about how to define a bibliography today is a topic
of the open programme of the Bibliography Sections on IFLA in Helsinki, so
please don't focus on that aspect at the satellite meeting.
Biblioteka Narodowa, Warsaw
Send a detailed abstract in English (1 page or at least 300 words) of the
proposed paper and relevant biographical information of author(s)/presenter(s)
by 31 January 2012 via email to:
Hanne Hørl Hansen
Chair, Cataloguing Section
Authors should be prepared to give presentations at the satellite meeting. The
length of the presentations should be approximately 20 minutes. The conference
will be conducted in English and all presentations will be required to be in
Papers and presentations should be unpublished, original works. IFLA has first
publication rights to papers selected.
The abstracts will be reviewed by the Programme committee of the Bibliography
Section Standing Committee and the Cataloguing Section Standing Committee.
Successful proposals will be identified by 1 March 2012 and authors notified.
Full papers will be due by 1 May 2012. Papers should be no longer than 20
pages. 30 minutes will be allowed for a summary delivery during the meeting.
Please note: All expenses (travel, accommodation etc.), are the responsibility
of the authors/presenters. No financial support can be provided by IFLA, but a
special invitation can be issued to authors.
Hanne Hørl Hansen, Danish Bibliographic Center
Chair, Cataloguing Section on behalf of the Programme Committee
Listeninformationen unter http://www.inetbib.de.