KBART Phase 3: Can KBART Evolve to Meet the Ever-Changing E-Resources Landscape?
Date of Original Version
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.
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?
Ryan Bernier, VP, Database Partnerships, EBSCO Information Services
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
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.