This seminar investigated the implementation of discovery layers and considered the importance of data quality in supporting successful discovery experiences. The keynote address was delivered by Jenn Riley, Head of the Carolina Digital Library and Archives at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
This seminar highlighted cataloguing changes and considered whether current metadata and metadata production processes are up to the task. The keynote address was delivered by David Lindahl, Co-Executive Director of the eXtensible Catalog project.
This seminar contemplated the changing environment in which cataloguing operates and considered paths to the future. The keynote address was delivered by Karen Calhoun, Vice President, OCLC WorldCat and Metadata Services.
This seminar explored the ideas and issues to take the Web-based catalogue into the next stages of its development.. The keynote address was delivered by Dr Martha Yee from the UCLA Film and Television Archive.
This seminar provided an overview of a number of Australian and international projects aiming to leverage new value from authority data. The keynote address was delivered by Dr Ed O'Neill, Consulting Research Scientist, OCLC Online Computer Library Center.
This seminar provided an introduction to FRBR concepts and a description of FRBR implementation and research project. The keynote address was delivered by Barbara Tillett, Chief, Cataloging Policy and Support Office, Library of Congress.
This seminar focused on how the use of thesauri and classification can enhance access to information and increase the value of metadata. The keynote address was delivered by Joan Mitchell, Editor-in-Chief, Dewey Decimal Classification