Project BIBLINK: Linking Publishers and National Bibliographic Agencies

Manjula Patel, Robina Clayphan

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Abstract

This paper describes the BIBLINK project and some of the issues arising from it. BIBLINK is a project funded by the European Commission. It began in May 1996 and is due for completion in February 2000. The aim of the project is to establish an automated flow of information, between publishers and national bibliographic services, in order to create authoritative bibliographic data which benefits both sectors. The project examines the way in which electronic publications are described for catalogues and other listings, and how this information can be easily transmitted.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2000
EventInternet Librarian 2000 - London, UK United Kingdom
Duration: 20 Mar 200022 Mar 2000

Conference

ConferenceInternet Librarian 2000
CountryUK United Kingdom
CityLondon
Period20/03/0022/03/00

Keywords

  • publishers
  • autmoated flow
  • national bibliographic agencies

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    Patel, M., & Clayphan, R. (2000). Project BIBLINK: Linking Publishers and National Bibliographic Agencies. Paper presented at Internet Librarian 2000, London, UK United Kingdom.