Online materials in The Danish National Bibliography. Presentation for IFLA Satelitte Meeting, Bibliography in the Digital Age, Warsaw 2012. Hanne Hørl Hansen, Bibliographic consultant, DBC- Danish Bibliographic Centre. Danish National Bibliography.
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Presentation for IFLA Satelitte Meeting,
Bibliography in the Digital Age, Warsaw 2012.
Hanne Hørl Hansen, Bibliographic consultant, DBC- Danish Bibliographic Centre
Members: Mix of librarians from public libraries and experts in the bibliographic area.
Task: To define what would be appropriate to include in the national bibliography. Also if possible state selection principles, suggest level of cataloguing – all at a responsible economic level.
Basis and inspiration for the work:National bibliographies in the digital age
Vision: The national bibliography should serve as a current, timely and central service for disseminating a country’s published material with no consideration of physical or non-physical appearence
Several pragmatic suggestions on what to include and suggestions on adjustment in level of cataloguing with respect to the economy
The Bibliographic Council adviced the Ministry of Culture to move forward on the recommandations from the working group
The followingtasksweredefined to becarried out by a consultant
In June 2011 an amendment to the contract on the national bibliography concerning registration of online materials was signed by The Ministry of Culture and DBC.
Publishedis defined as:
Completenessis defined as:
If the material is brought to our attention by the publisher, through a library solution etc. and wecangetaccess to the material – weare not obliged to actively screen for materials
Normallyweindexarticles from 750 serials
Automation (work in progress):