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The MARCcat subgroup will work with developers to outline functional requirements for the FOLIO MARCcat application. Overall scope is to implement the Italian company @Cult's WeCat cataloguing module into the FOLIO environment as the MARCcat app. For V1 the highest priority will be on create bibliographic records in MARC21, and holdings in MFHD, and implement search features on all data in the MARC record. This workflow ties into the interaction with the MARC Batch Loader, the generic bib storage, and instance and holdings records in Inventory. The MARCcat is in the domain of the MM SIG, and is especially important to cataloging. The subgroup will act under the auspices of the MM SIG.

MARCcat subgroup members

Name

Organization

Time Zone

Title

Notes

Lisa McColl

Lehigh UniversityETCataloging/Metadata LibrarianMember of Metadata Management and the MARC Batch Loader Subgroup
University of AlabamaCTCoordinator of MetadataMember of Metadata Management and the MARC Batch Loader Subgroup
ChalmersCET
Member of the Analytics and Bound with working group

Jacquie Samples

Duke UniversityETHead, Metadata & Discovery Strategy DepartmentMember of the Metadata Management SIG and the convener of the Inventory Data Dictionary Subgroup
University of ChicagoCTSerials CatalogerMember of Metadata Management SIG
Pam StansburyCornell UniversityETAdministrative Supervisor. Original Cataloger
atCultCETDirector

PO for the MARCcat App


atCultCETFunctional analystPorting WeCat (Bibliographic and Authority Control)
atCultCETSoftware ArchitectPorting WeCat (Bibliographic and Authority Control) & Involved in development of Authority Control app (post-V1)
atCultCETFront/back end developerPorting WeCat (Bibliographic and Authority Control)
atCultCETFront/back end developerPorting WeCat (Bibliographic and Authority Control)
Christian ChiamaatCultCETCTO and UI Lead DevelopmentCoordinate all Cult Team. Handler back-end Architecture.Porting WeCat (Bibliographic and Authority Control) & Involved in development of Authority Control app (post-V1)
SamhaengCETUX designer
Index DataCETLibrarian. Analyst.

PO for the Inventory App

Support the PO for the MARCcat App

EBSCOETVP, Product Management

MARC Batch Loader subgroup convener & PO

Will participate when possible

North Carolina State UniversityETAssociate Head, Acquisitions and Discovery (Monographs)

Convener for the Metadata Management SIG

May participate if needed

University of Colorado BoulderMTSerials Cataloging Manager

Sub Convener for the Metadata Management SIG

May participate if needed

Sarah RossCornell UniversityETPrincipal Cataloger

Background information: 

Slack Channel: # marccat (https://folio-project.slack.com/messages/CAY94051A/team/U20VD7JP8/)

See the Google drive Metadata Management > MARCcat (https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/17mJzI0kKchYYZuc19jPdhKGG3tCbjZOc) - and attachments (click the little paper clip on the top of this page)

MARCcat Subgroup: Scope: the MARCcat-subgroup works together with the Product Owner and developers at @Cult to review, prepare and share progress on development on porting the WeCat module into FOLIO MARCcat app with the MM-SIG and the broader community. The WeCat is the native cataloguing module of the Olisuite ILS (by @Cult), and the group will discuss the porting of each features and their transformation into FOLIO. The subgroup will discuss all new features, APIs and other services necessary to assure data synchronization processes between MARCcat and other FOLIO Apps (such as Inventory, Acquisition, Batch loading, Authority Control etc.)

MARCcat Subgroup: Use Cases

MARCcat Subgroup: Topics/Questions to Discuss



MARCcat Discuss posts and more: 


Relevant MM SIG documents

Madrid and Durham developer meeting notes on MARCcat: 



 

Attachments

  • Subgroup Meeting Notes
  • Background PPTs

Meeting Topics

  • 6/12 at 10 am EST / 4 pm CET Kick off meeting (house keeping and intro)
  • Doodle poll to be send out after the first meeting - purpose to find a regular meeting time once a week
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