|Name||Affiliation||Title||Area of Metadata Interest/Specialty||Have an Exciting Read on Metadata? Share the Citation|
|Jacquie Samples||Duke University||Head, Metadata & Discovery Strategy|
|Cornell University||Director, Cataloging and Metadata Services|
|Lisa McColl||Lehigh University||Metadata and Cataloging Librarian|
|Lehigh University||Manager of Library Technical Services||Batch processing (search, editing, importing, exporting)|
|University of Chicago||Head, Database Management|
|Natascha Owens||University of Chicago||Serials Cataloger|
|hbz, Cologne||ILS Analyst||Changeover from MAB2 (automated exchange format in Germany) to MARC 21 / German specifications|
|NCSU||Associate Head of Acquisitions & Discovery||Batch processes. Data quality control / authority control. Crosswalking. Linked Data|
|Texas A&M||Serials cataloger|
|Joseph Olivarez||Texas A&M||Serials cataloger|
|Duke University||Head, Rubenstein Library Technical Services|
|Caltech||Systems Librarian||Cataloging, MARC/BIBFRAME, batch processing, record matching and overlay, interoperability, LODLAM|
|Fenway Libraries Online||Systems Librarian||Automated MARC record manipulation, Z39.50 searching, record matching|
|Alexandra De Pretto||National Library of Scotland||Data and Systems Librarian|
|Area of Metadata Interest/Specialty||Have an Exciting Read on Metadata? Share the Citation|
|Index Data||Information Technology Specialist|
|UX & Interaction Designer|
|Index Data||Open Source Community Advocate|
|Index Data||Analyst||danMARC2, XML Topic Maps||http://www.kat-format.dk/danMARC2/ and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Topic_Maps|
The Metadata Management SIG works with developers to define essential bibliographic management functions: creating, editing, suppressing, deleting, importing, exporting, replacing, overlaying, and reporting. Defines essential data elements of a bibliographic control module. Explores various formats/schema that should be incorporated into FOLIO (MARC, RDA, BIBFRAME, Dublin Core, etc.) Considers metadata storage and harmonization between traditional library materials, knowledge bases, and other forms of information managed by libraries. Also suggests requirements for holdings and item records, item statuses, and location types and location codes. Defines core authority functions. Advises developers on the interactions needed between libraries and vendors to allow for creation and loading of bibliographic and authority records. Plans for flexibility in light of rapid technological changes. Focuses on data interchangeability as a key component for greater inter-library cooperation. Coordinates closely with Business Operations Management and Resource Access SIGs.
See FOLIO Communication Spaces for more details about the project's communication channels.
The UM team meets via WebEx on... TBD
For more details, see the SIG-MM Meeting Tasks and Notes.
For more information about the Metadata Management SIG, contact the SIG-MM convener, Doreen Herold.