[CatSIG] NLNZ @ LIANZA 2008 - Cataloguing and Acquisitions-related activities

Chelsea Hughes Chelsea.Hughes at natlib.govt.nz
Wed Oct 29 14:45:24 NZDT 2008

The National Librarys Content Services unit will be in full force at this years LIANZA conference.  Below is a complete list of cataloguing and acquisitions-related activities brought to you by National Library staff.

Monday 3 Nov.

10.30-11.15am  - Visit the National Library trade stand to chat with Content Services managers Kim Gutchlag and Anne Thompson 

Tuesday 4 Nov.

10.30-11.15am  - Visit the stand to chat with Judy Keats and Robyn East about Maori Subject Headings and Felicity Benjes about Print Disabilities Services.

12.30-1.30pm - Chris Todd will speak about RDA implementation at the CatSIG meeting.

1.30-2.15pm - Chris Todd will present Joined up data and dissolving catalogues.


3.30-4.00pm - Visit the stand for a post-presentation meet and greet with Chris.

Wednesday 5 Nov.

10.30-11.15am Visit the stand to chat with Mercine Davidson about Legal Deposit.

12.45-1.30pm Play a starring role in FrrBrr : A Scottish Play!

Chris Todd will be staging an interactive, 3D demonstration of FRBR (Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records) using the villainous MacBeth as her subject.  If youre thinking about RDA, then you should be thinking about FRBR.  Engage with the FRBR model a new and silly way.  We guarantee youll learn a lot and laugh a lot.  Dont forget your bagpipes!

Experience. Engage. Enable

Were thinking OUTSIDE the box to get you INSIDE the National Library at the Library and Information Association of New Zealand Aotearoa Conference 2008. 


Chelsea Hughes
Project Manager - OSMOSIS Pilot Project
National Library of New Zealand
Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa
PO Box 1467
Wellington 6011
New Zealand
Wellington, New Zealand 

Ph. no.: 04 474 3079
email: Chelsea.Hughes at natlib.govt.nz
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