Community Cataloging – this is from ExLibris – a community based collection of records.
· Where would this come from?
· Who would create the data?
· Would there be standards for adding metadata and what would they be?
· This does not sound like a good idea.
OCLC meeting notes:
· Change from Master Record to WorldCat record.
· As we revise the MSPs, we can revise the language.
MSP 42: Brief Levels
· Maggie updated this policy and tested in the sandbox.
· We will continue to put the revised date in the bottom.
· Group will look at this and give feedback.
Homosaurus et al.,
· Homosaurus: The Homosaurus is an international linked data vocabulary of LGBTQ terms that supports improved access to LGBTQ resources within cultural institutions. Designed to serve as a companion to broad subject term vocabularies, the Homosaurus is a robust and cutting-edge vocabulary of LGBTQ-specific terminology that enhances the discoverability of LGBTQ resources.
· $$2 homoit
· Where do we go after “Change the Subject”
· Looking ahead: how can we work with this as a ready-to-go thesaurus
· Can we encourage use of certain thesauri by providing examples for the SUNY institutions to follow?
· This is something we definitely want to pursue.
CDI Stop list:
· This came up in the APEOC (Alma Primo Steering Committee) meeting at UB
· ELUNA/IGeLU on DEI has come up with a stop word list for the CDI.
· Users can request additions to the list.
· We have put several links into Basecamp, we will just start thinking about it.
· Stop words are “a, an, for” – the system ignores stop words. Stop words mean phrases could be ignored.
· What purpose does a DEI stop word serve?
· There is a list of stop words, we feel that providing an alternative term
What we thought Community Cataloging was:
· Shared cataloging services between SUNYs.
· Ex: Foreign language cataloging.
· We will create a list of people who can assist with cataloging foreign languages. Maggie can create a survey and send it out to cataloging leads.