Bibliographic Control in the Digital Ecosystem, International Conference, February 8-12, 2021

Organized in Firenze, Italy, and promoted by an extensive listing of Italian libraries and organizations concerned with bibliographic control, BC2021 was chaired by Mauro Guerrini (Università degli studi di Firenze), member of the Bibliography Section Standing Committee. The Bibliography Section was honoured to be among the promoters of a conference […]

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ISNI in Quebec

Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ) announced joining the ISNI network as a registration agency (RA) for Quebec on 3 July 2019 (press release-French). At the Congrès des professionnel.le.s de l’information (CPI) held 2-6 November 2020, three members of the project team presented their implementation of ISNI services: “BAnQ, […]

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Bibliography Section Represented at IFLA Vision Meeting

Our section is well-represented at the President’s and Vision Meeting in Athens! We’re looking forward to three days of productive discussion with our colleagues across IFLA sections and interest groups.

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Section Action Plan Updated at Midterm Meeting!

Please see our Section Action Plan, updated at our Midterm Meeting at the BnF in Paris, France!

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National Bibliographic Register Updated for Germany!

Please visit the Register.  Send us YOUR updates!

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National Library of Korea Added to National Bibliographic Register!

The Bibliography Section is proud to announce the latest addition to the Register!  Please visit. The Register now contains information for 45 countries!

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National Bibliographic Register Updates!

One of our Section’s important projects, the National Bibliographic Register, provides information on national catalogs and metadata sharing.  Recently, updated information has been added for New Zealand and Finland.  Please visit the register to see this important resource! If you have information to update about your national bibliography, or you’d […]

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