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National Bibliography and web publications: initiatives of the IFLA Bibliography Section. Bohdana Stoklasová Maja Žumer Beacher Wiggins. Authors. Bohdana Stoklasová (chair 2001-2005, new chair Unni Knutsen ) Maja Žumer – chair of the Working group on (electronic) national bibliography

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National bibliography and web publications initiatives of the ifla bibliography section

National Bibliography and web publications: initiatives of the IFLA Bibliography Section

Bohdana Stoklasová

Maja Žumer

Beacher Wiggins


Authors
Authors the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • Bohdana Stoklasová (chair 2001-2005, new chair Unni Knutsen)

  • Maja Žumer – chair of the Working group on (electronic) national bibliography

  • Beacher Wiggins – new secretary + survey on inclusion of electronic resources in national bibliographies


Ifla bibliography section
IFLA Bibliography Section the IFLA Bibliography Section

Mission:

[Strategic Plan 2004-2005]

The Bibliography Section furthers universal bibliographic control (UBC) by promoting standards and best practices in the production, content, arrangement, dissemination and preservation of bibliographic information.


Ifla bibliography section1
IFLA Bibliography Section the IFLA Bibliography Section

Mission:

In the context of UBC the Section is particularly concerned with the work of national bibliographic agencies. It is also concerned with the promotion of the importance of the discipline of bibliography to library professionals in all types of libraries, to publishers, distributors and retailers, and to end-users. While taking full account of technological capabilities, the Section will ensure that its solutions are not necessarily dependent on particular technologies.


Ifla bibliography section2
IFLA Bibliography Section the IFLA Bibliography Section

Cooperation:

The Section is closely associated with the other sections within the Division of Bibliographic Control

  • Cataloguing

  • Classification and indexing

  • Knowledge Management

    Where appropriate, it cooperates with other

    divisions and sections.


Ifla bibliography section3
IFLA Bibliography Section the IFLA Bibliography Section

More information:

http://www.ifla.org/VII/s12/index.htm


Ifla bibliography section4
IFLA Bibliography Section the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • program of the Section focused on subjects important for the region of the IFLA congress

  • Web resources – selection criteria, collection development, bibliographic control, archiving & preservation - extremely important for Europe: Berlin 2003, Oslo 2005

  • other priorities for Latin America, Africa etc.


Web resources berlin 2003
Web resources: Berlin 2003 the IFLA Bibliography Section


More oslo 2005
More: Oslo 2005 the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • program focused on electronic resources and electronic bibliographies

  • survey


Survey
Survey the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • exponential availability of Web and other digital resources

  • critical need to address how national bibliographic agencies were incorporating these resources into the national bibliography


Survey dissemination
Survey - dissemination the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • Europe (IFLA in Oslo)

  • 44 national libraries and bibliographic agencies (two institutions sharing responsibility for NB in some countries – Denmark, Poland, Russia)

  • 33 institutions answered the survey


Responding countries
Responding countries the IFLA Bibliography Section

Austria, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Malta, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Kingdom


Subject areas covered
Subject areas covered the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • Legal deposit framework

  • Current archiving and legal deposit practice

  • Bibliographic description

  • Access to Web archive


Legal deposit framework
Legal deposit framework the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • legal deposit as foundation for NB

  • robust legal deposit activity

  • 30 countries have legislation requiring legal deposit of some or all types of publications

  • 11 countries: remote electronic resources included

  • 26 countries: fixed electronic resources included

  • 21 coutries: plans to change the legal deposit framework during the coming 5 years


Current archiving and legal deposit practice
Current archiving and legal deposit practice the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • 18 agencies archive remote resources

  • 26 agencies archive fixed resources

  • 11 countries – shared responsibility for archiving (libraries with academies, archives, government agencies, museums etc.)


Types of archived remote electronic resources
Types of archived remote electronic resources the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • 11 agencies: the entire national domain name space (e.g. “.fi”, “,uk”)

  • 12 agencies: selected resources within national domain name space

  • 9 agencies: resources published outside the national domain space (e.g. “.com”, .”org”, “net”)

  • 7 agencies: only digital born resources

  • 7 agencies: only resources accessible without cost

  • 2 agencies: resources that have a fee to be accessed

  • 2 agencies: resources for restricted user groups

  • 13 agencies: experiments to test the archiving or selecting of remote resources


Tools for harvesting
Tools for harvesting the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • Heritrix

  • Nedlib harvester

  • Wget and Httrack


International internet preservation consortium
International Internet Preservation Consortium the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • 12 member institutions (more in 2006)

  • mission: to acquire, preserve and make accessible Internet materials

  • goal: to encourage the development and sharing of tools, methods and standards that support the building of international archives

  • standards, tools, tests, recommendations


Bibliographic description
Bibliographic description the IFLA Bibliography Section

A high percentage of electronic resources are given bibliographic description

  • 26 agencies: bibliographic description for fixed resources

  • 20 agencies for some or all remote resources

  • 9 agencies share the responsibility for bibliographic description with another entity


Metadata schemas
Metadata schemas the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • 11 agencies: DC

  • 6 agencies: MARC 21

  • 2 agencies: UNIMARC

  • [2 agencies: METS]


Cataloguing tools
Cataloguing tools the IFLA Bibliography Section


Identifiers
Identifiers the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • ISBN: 21 agencies

  • ISSN: 22 agencies

  • URL: 13 agencies

  • URN: 10 agencies


Level of bibliographic description
Level of bibliographic description the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • Fixed resources: mostly full level bibliographic description + authority control

  • Remote resources: selection, often full level bibliographic records, only small percentage of authority control


Capture of er in nb
Capture of ER in NB the IFLA Bibliography Section

Fixed resources: 18 agencies


Capture of er in nb1
Capture of ER in NB the IFLA Bibliography Section

Remote resources: different types included in different countries:

  • The entire national domain name space: 2

  • Topical web sites: 2

  • Web sites of government institutions: 2

  • Web sites of non-government institutions: 4

  • Weblogs (Blogs): 1

  • Monographs (except those mentioned below): 11

  • Research reports, dissertations and other academic works: 10

  • Textbooks: 7

  • E-books: 12


Capture of er in nb2
Capture of ER in NB the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • Serials (except those mentioned below): 12

  • E-journals: 13

  • Article archives: 4

  • Newspapers: 9

  • Newspaper archives: 2

  • Maps (including databases): 4

  • Music scores: 5

  • Sound recordings: 3

  • Motion pictures: 2

  • Games: 2

  • General learning objects and multimedia: 2

  • Databases (e.g., bibliographic, full text, numeric, image, audio, mixed): 3

  • Chat groups, News groups, Ephemera: 0


Selection criteria
Selection criteria the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • Fixed resources: 17 agencies

  • Remoted resources: 10 agencies

  • Published criteria – URLs to be posted to the Section’s Website


Bib description of er experiments
Bib description of ER experiments the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • use of a metadata generator

  • use of DC

  • use of descriptions in an article database to access the full texts of the articles

  • use the newly created LC access level record for creating catalogue records


Access to web archive
Access to Web archive the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • legislation concerning the rights of users to access and use electronic resources: 14 countries

  • access to the Web archive: 10 agencies (mostly local access)

  • digital repository for the archiving of ER: 16 agencies


Survey conclusion
Survey conclusion the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • national bibliographic agencies are seeking ways to provide bibliographic description based on using and capturing existing metadata

  • bibliographic description will be accomplished using alternatives to the full level catalog records that are used for analog and print resources

  • revising legal deposit legislation will be crucial to the inclusion of Internet resources to the collections of national libraries

  • most European libraries are planning such revision of legal deposit legislation

  • national bibliographies are moving towards more extensive inclusion of electronic resources – both remote and fixed


Survey conclusion1
Survey conclusion the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • experimentation is under way to improve the capture, preservation, and provision of access to Web resources by national bibliographic agencies

  • best practices andemerging standards will result from the various experimentation

  • the IIPC will play an influential role in Web harvesting, archiving and access


What about national bibliography in this context
What about national bibliography in this context? the IFLA Bibliography Section

NB [only] 50 years ago and today

  • different context

  • different documents

  • different users

  • need for different solutions

  • need for new guidelines

  • WG on (electronic) national bibliography


50 years ago
50 years ago the IFLA Bibliography Section

»The ideal [current national] bibliography is conceived as a complete listing of all books, documents, pamphlets, serials, and other printed matter published within the bounds of a single country and within the time limits of the previous year or less« (Conover, 1955).


Today
Today the IFLA Bibliography Section

National bibliography in the modern sense of the word is defined as a cumullation of the authoritative and comprehensive records of the national imprint (i.e., products of the national publishing industry) of a country, published regularly, and with the least possible delay. It is produced in accordance with international standards by the national bibliographic agency. Publication details and authorship are investigated and verified in detail.


What does it really mean
What does it really mean? the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • How is the national imprint (or, production of national publishing industry) defined?

  • What are its borders (geographically, conceptually)?

  • Which standards should be followed?

  • What is the appropriate delay in publication of national bibliographies?

  • Which format of the national bibliography is the most appropriate?


What are nb used for now
What are NB used for now? the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • Selection and acquisition in libraries and similar institutions

  • Cataloguing

  • Verification of authorship and publication history

  • Statistical account of a country’s publishing output

  • Evidence of the impact of government policies in relation to education, language, economic programs, etc.

  • To reveal the extent of a country’s self sufficiency in producing the publications it requires


Wg on electronic national bibliography
WG the IFLA Bibliography Sectionon (electronic) national bibliography

  • Goal: To develop guidelines for national bibliographies in electronic form (ENB)

    • develop selection principles that will cover electronic resources

    • prepare recommendations for ENB functionality

    • define access points

    • prepare guidelines for the interface


Competition on the information market
Competition on the information market the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • there is an overlap (and competition) with other products and services:

    • books-in-print

    • national union catalogues

    • catalogues of big university/research libraries

    • Google, Amazon, Yahoo…

  • the national bibliography should provide something other products and services do not or cannot

  • the added value of NB has to be advertised


Users of nb
Users of NB the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • good evidence and understanding of use in libraries

  • some investigation into other users in some countries

  • broader studies on both current and potential users are needed


Present and potential users
Present and potential users the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • librarians

  • end-users

  • book trade

  • agencies

  • rights management organisations

  • others


Librarians
Librarians the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • cataloguers

    • copy cataloguing

    • cataloguing support (bibliographic and authority records)

  • acquisition librarians

    • ordering publications

    • identifying publishers, distributors, publication status

  • collection development

    • analysis and selection

    • awareness of future publications

  • reference librarians

    • acting on behalf of end-users

  • legal deposit management

    • analysis and control of legal deposit

  • preservation

    • to determine trends in publishing and plan preservation procedures


End users
End-users the IFLA Bibliography Section

Very heterogeneous

  • library patrons

  • remote users

  • formal or informal groups

  • corporate bodies


Book trade
Book trade the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • publishers:

    commercial and non-commercial sector, also government and official publishers use national bibliographies to analyze the market and competition

  • booksellers

    similar to collection development and acquisition librarians. In addition they may perform the function of a reference librarian and possibly even refer customers to libraries (or Google, Yahoo…?) for out-of-print publications


Agencies
Agencies the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • funding bodies: to study the impact of existing funding or to plan future funding policies

  • official statistics for statistical account of all aspects of country’s publishing output


Rights management
Rights management the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • collecting societies: high-quality authority control and authoritative data on authorship - national bibliography data can be (and is) used to support management of intellectual rights

  • government bodies: for management of lending right remuneration


Others
Others the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • printers identifying publishers to offer cooperation

  • journalists to identify language/genre/origin patterns in publications

  • organizers of book fairs

  • identification of translators from/to specific language

  • identification of illustrators


Information needs and contexts
Information needs and contexts the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • cataloguing

  • re-use of records

  • collection development

  • acquisition and booksellers

  • publisher analysis

  • analysis of publishing sector

  • rights management

  • computer software

    • federated/distributed searching

    • harvesting


Analysis
Analysis the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • searching requirements

    • types of searching

    • necessary access points

  • data needed

    • extent of record

    • format

  • additional expectations


Next steps
Next steps the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • analysis of existing selection principles

  • recommendations on selection principles

  • specification of functionality of ENB

  • guidelines for the interface

  • interoperability with other environments and systems

    • conceptual

    • technical


The future
The future? the IFLA Bibliography Section

  • challenge for the Bibliography Section

  • challenge for the IFLA WG on (electronic) national bibliography

  • challenge for you

  • challenge to influence the picture of the future


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