[Dini-ag-kim-titeldaten] Fwd: Fwd: [rules] Publication of the RDA
sruehle at sub.uni-goettingen.de
Die Jan 21 16:57:26 CET 2014
wenn ich das richtig verstehe, sind die RDA-Elemente in
http://metadataregistry.org/schema/list.html jetzt auch offiziell
veröffentlicht (s. unten). Da wir uns schon seit Jahren dort bedienen,
eigentlich höchste Zeit;-)
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Betreff: Fwd: [rules] Publication of the RDA Element Vocabularies
Datum: Tue, 21 Jan 2014 10:45:47 -0500
Von: Diane Hillmann <metadata.maven at GMAIL.COM>
Antwort an: List for discussion on application profiles and mappings
<DC-RDA at JISCMAIL.AC.UK>
An: <DC-RDA at JISCMAIL.AC.UK>
I hope this announcement will be of general interest (and apologies if
you receive more than one).
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From: *JSC Secretary* <jscsecretary at rdatoolkit.org
<mailto:jscsecretary at rdatoolkit.org>>
Date: Tue, Jan 21, 2014 at 10:23 AM
Subject: [rules] Publication of the RDA Element Vocabularies
See the announcement below, also posted on the JSC website. Feel free
to share this information with your colleagues.
Regards, Judy Kuhagen
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The Joint Steering Committee for Development of RDA (JSC), Metadata
Management Associates, and ALA Publishing (on behalf of the
co-publishers of RDA) are pleased to announce that the RDA elements and
relationship designators have been published in the Open Metadata
Registry (OMR) as Resource Description Framework (RDF) element sets
suitable for linked data and semantic Web applications.
The elements include versions "unconstrained" by Functional Requirements
for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) and Functional Requirements for
Authority Data (FRAD), the standard library models underpinning RDA,
that are intended for use in applications by non-RDA communities.
The published version of the RDA element sets builds on several years of
work by the DCMI/RDA Task Group. Earlier versions developed by the Group
will remain available, but will be deprecated for further development
and use, and redirected to the new version.
Gordon Dunsire, Chair of the JSC, said "The RDA element set is a
distillation of modern approaches to resource discovery supporting rich
descriptions of library and cultural heritage materials and detailed
relationships between them at international level. The JSC has recently
established a working group to assist in extending and refining the RDA
elements, and hopes that they will be useful to other communities,
ranging from close neighbours in library linked data to the global
networks of general search."
Diane Hillmann of Metadata Management Associates said "We are extremely
pleased to be able to make this new version available now in fully
published form, ready for implementation by libraries and vendors. We
look forward to discussing the important features available in this
version with our colleagues at the upcoming ALA Midwinter meetings and
James Hennelly, Managing Editor of RDA Toolkit, said "This is an
important update to the RDA Registry and a crucial step in the
advancement of RDA's mission to be a standard that is accessible to both
cataloging professionals, through the toolkit and print and ebook
publications, and to application developers seeking to make use of
library data, through the Registry's expression of the RDA elements and
The basic RDA element set namespace is rdaregistry.info
<http://rdaregistry.info> and it contains a total of over 1600
properties and classes. Elements are distributed in sets (the number of
elements in each set is given in brackets):
Agent properties [http://metadataregistry.org/schema/show/id/81.html]
Item properties [http://metadataregistry.org/schema/show/id/80.html]
Work properties [http://metadataregistry.org/schema/show/id/77.html]
Follow the links to see details of each element set.
Questions or comments on the content of the element sets may be
addressed to the Chair of the JSC, Gordon Dunsire
[jschair at rdatoolkit.org <mailto:jschair at rdatoolkit.org>]. Questions and
comments on the encoding of the vocabularies or on the Open Metadata
Registry may be addressed to Diane Hillmann [metadata.maven at gmail.com
<mailto:metadata.maven at gmail.com>].
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