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MARC and user tasks

Posted by: William Denton, 22 May 2007 7:29 am
Categories: MARC

Earlier this month Jennifer Koerber reported on Bill Moen’s talk on The Future of MARC at a conference.

That comes out of the MARC Content Designation Utilization project, which Moen and Shawne Miksa are running. They’ve put up some information up about the Extent of Support for FRBR User Tasks. Interesting.

William Moen was mentioned here last September in another post about the user tasks.


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