1. Introduction

Course Curriculum


1. What Is A Bibliographic Model and Why Does It Matter? (Unit available from Monday 6 July)

1.1. Introduction (Watch for free)

1.2. What Is a Bibliographic Model?

1.3. Why Do Bibliographic Models Matter?

1.4. Learning Activity 1: Playing Around With Post-its

1.5. The Library Catalogue Today

1.6. Learning Activity 2: Thinking About Relationships in "My" Catalogue

2. The Monolithic Bibliographic Model (Unit available from Monday 13 July)

2.1. Introduction

2.2. The Monolithic Record

2.3. Learning Activity 1: Relationships in the Card Catalogue

2.4. Relationships in the Card Catalogue: Talking Through Learning Activity 1

2.5. The Impact of the Monolithic Bibliographic Model: MARC

2.6. Learning Activity 2: Prioritise Your Own Relationships

3. The WEMI Model(s) (Unit available from Monday 20 July)

3.1. Introduction

3.2. What (We Think) The User Wants

3.3. FRBR and IFLA-LRM

3.4. RDA

3.5. Learning Activity: WEMI Relationships

3.6. WEMI Relationships: Talking Through Learning Activity

4. The Bibframe Model (Unit available from Monday 27 July)

4. 1. Introduction

4.2. The Bibliographic Frameworks Initiative

4.3. Learning Activity 1: How Would You Implement WEMI for Billions of Pre-existing Data?

4.4. WII Fit For Purpose?

4.5. Learning Activity 2: WII Relationships

4.6. WII Relationships: Talking Through Learning Activity 2

5. Keeping Up With Bibliographic Models (Unit available from Monday 27 July)

5.1. Course Wrap Up

5.2. Sources of Further Information

5.3. Staying in Touch




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