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2016 November Officers Meeting agenda

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IAML Cataloguing "Commission" - Name change

Officers Meeting

with invited guests: ISBD Sub-Commission and UNIMARC Sub-Commission Chairs

30 November 2016

9:00 EST

15:00 Europe



Attendees: Anders, Daniel, Isabelle, Joseph, Massimo



1. Approval of agenda


2. Cataloguing Commission Meetings in Riga, Latvia - 2017 Meetings and Agendas Riga

  • Asking for written reports for the "reports from around the world" 


3. Any programs to organize or speakers?  Topics? Etc?


4. Unimarc: matters for discussion for now or in Riga


5. ISBD: matters for discussion for now or in Riga 


6. Planning our next Officers and Chairs meeting. 


7. Other business




We will use SKYPE - Joseph will dial everyone on Skype. His contact name there is: josephafner 


If you have to call or text him, his phone number is: 1(514)398-4788 or email: joseph.hafner@mcgill.ca  


If you need to call in, here's the info:


We could use this free conference calling method: http://www.freeconferencecall.com


  • Dial-in Numbers: 

    • CANADA: (641) 715-0850

    • DENMARK: +45 78 77 25 22

    • FRANCE: +33 (0) 7 55 50 08 76

    • ITALY: +39 02 8998 2260



    • Participant Access Code: 290361

    • (for Joseph: Host Access Code: 580722)



Comments (2)

Joseph Hafner said

at 11:57 am on Nov 29, 2016

Do we want to use the conference call numbers or Skype or both?

Joseph Hafner said

at 3:06 pm on Dec 16, 2016

Draft of what we could present in 2017 as part of a Cataloguing program: "The Canadian Linked Data Summit and Initiative: What is happening with Linked Data in Canada."
Librarians at the University of Toronto, McGill University, Université de Montréal, University of Alberta, the University of British Columbia together with partners at Libraries and Archives Canada and Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec formed the Canadian Linked Data Initiative (CLDI) in June 2015 (Canadian Linked Data Initiative 2015). The CLDI held a three-day summit on linked data in Montreal on October 24 to 26, 2016. This issues is of importance to music librarians, because of the potential and possibilities to provide new ways of discovery and access to information for our collections. We will review our collaboration, talk about linked data and where it is going, and focus on next steps for our Initiative.

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