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- approve draft Holdings recommendation
|Meeting next week? - July 5th||We will meet next week, July 5 at our usual time.|
|Draft Holdings scope notes|
There is a need and desire to manage holdings in MARC Format. Everyone sees a need to export holdings in MARC Format. The group would like to edit MARC Holdings in MARCcat. We would like to have a FOLIO MARC Holdings Storage, similar to the Bib Storage. These records need to be synchronized across stores. This should be optional.
Ann-Marie will need to add MARC Holdings to the scope of the Batch Loading Working Group. Is there a chance that libraries may want to use two types of holdings: FOLIO and MARC? The group generally thought both should be available at all times to all libraries. Michael from Germany, seconded this notion. Mary from Alabama commented that they use MARC Holdings for some materials at times, and do not use MARC Holdings for other types of materials. Lynn asked that we please comment on the document.
|Product Council Update||Dracine Hodges|
The Gap Analysis is for the Inventory Data Model. The goal was to find data that currently has a "home" in an institution's current ILS, and does not have a new home in FOLIO.
Gap tabs: Elements where gaps were discovered.
MARC Mapping: Is it time to start describing and capturing how all of the records will operate will each other. Will each institution be able to customize where their data "lives"? The mapping shown is not something to force a mapping, but only to identify where gaps are.
Where can we have common understandings?
|Kimie Ou Yang|
|Niels Erik Nielsen|