Annual Conference Materials: Descriptive Cataloging

View or download Powerpoint slides, PDF files, handouts, video, and other materials from past annual conference presentations.

 

 

CMC Town Hall (Cincinnati 2016: Beth Iseminger, Casey Mullin, Kathy Glennan, Kevin Kishimoto, Tracey Snyder, James Soe Nyun, Linda Blair)
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Creating Metadata for Rare and Archival Materials: Standards and Practice (Cincinnati 2016: Beth Iseminger, Nancy Lorimer, Elizabeth Surles, Maristella Feustle, Elizabeth Hobart)
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Music Discovery Requirements Background and Current Directions (Cincinnati 2016: Nara Newcomer, Jessica Harvey)

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Music Discovery Requirements in Action (Cincinnati 2016: Nara Newcomer, Jessica Harvey, Nancy Lorimer, Patricia Sasser, Christopher Holden)
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Music Genre in the Wild: Possibilities for music discovery with LCGFT, LCMPT, and other LC vocabularies (Cincinnati 2016: Nancy Lorimer)

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Practical Application of Linked Data (Cincinnati 2016: Beth Iseminger, Kimmy Szeto, Karen Hwang, Steven Folsom, James Soe Nyun)

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American Vernacular Music Manuscripts, ca. 1730-1910: Collections from the Center for Popular Music and the American Antiquarian Society (Denver 2015: Grover Baker, Drew Beisswenger)

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The Denis Condon Collection of Reproducing Pianos and Rolls (Denver 2015: Jonathan Manton, Jerry McBride)

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Exploring a Faceted World: Discovering Music Resources Using Medium of Performance and Genre Terms (Denver 2015: Kevin Kishimoto, Hermine Vermeij, Casey Mullin, Beth Iseminger)

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MARC to BIBFRAME: an Exploration of the Future of Cataloging (Denver 2015: Kimmy Szeto, Nancy Lorimer, Casey Mullin, Michael Colby)
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