Title

KBART Phase 3: Can KBART Evolve to Meet the Ever-Changing E-Resources Landscape?

Document Type

Presentation

Comments

NISO Plus Conference 2020

Date of Original Version

2-25-2020

Abstract

Conference presentation, "KBART Phase 3: Can KBART Evolve to Meet the Ever-Changing E-Resources Landscape?", presented at the NISO Plus Conference 2020 on February 25, 2020 in Baltimore, Maryland.

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This is an interactive session! If you are involved in e-resources management or discovery from the point of view of a publisher, knowledge base vendor, or library then this session is for you!

  • If a library buys an article, and it isn’t discoverable, does it really exist? How can rights be properly attributed to part-of-whole items (articles, chapters, episodes, etc.)? Can this be done through KBART? Should it be?
  • The community has asked for XML as a format for KBART delivery. What problems are you trying to resolve by implementing XML?

Moderator:

Ryan Bernier, VP, Database Partnerships, EBSCO Information Services

Speakers:

Andrée Rathemacher, Head, Acquisitions, University of Rhode Island

Christine Stohn, Director of Product Management, Ex Libris

Ben Johnson, Engagement Manager, Provider Relations, ProQuest

Stephanie Doellinger, Senior Metadata Operations Manager CI & KB, OCLC

Noah Levin, Co-Chair NISO KBART Standing Committee, Independent Professional

Sheri Meares, Sr. Director, Knowledge Base, EBSCO Information Services

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Link leads to session description at Sched website at https://sched.co/Yg7S, which in turn links to presentation sides in PDF and Collaborative Note Document in Google Drive at http://bit.ly/NISOPlus_KBART_Phase3.

Additional files include a PDF printout of the entire NISO Plus Conference 2020 program schedule.

nisoplus20-schedule.pdf (123 kB)
NISO Plus Conference 2020 program schedule

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