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Grant Young
18:54
Probably a question for later, but there was a large CURL (RLUK) project to catalogue pamphlet collections of UCL and LSE - was there no existing data available for these pamphlets from that? Can easily map MARC into MODS or other stds.
Grant Young
22:12
... however I agree useful to supplement formal metadata with full texts and derived keywords.
Paola.Marchionni
23:01
pl could everyone make sure they are on mute as there is some background noise, thank you
Peter Findlay
25:42
Please mute you mic if talking with colleagues
Peter Findlay
25:48
your...
Jane Stevenson
26:20
there is another conversation going on!
Grant Young
26:52
Can someone come onto mic and quieten them down? Hard to hear speaker
Grant Young
27:34
Thanks
Grant Young
29:08
Would be interesting to compare automatically derived metadata with formal metadata. Could be used to test/assess the AI data.
Grant Young
59:56
An observation, not question. Understand feedback to formal stds in automated way will not possible, but great to provide useful data for cataloguers and especially in the analaysis of text. And great if this can at least be joined up at discovery level. Am excited by potential to bring together library and archival metadata content (informing cataloguing across collections) and enabling discovery across different collections.
Paola.Marchionni
01:03:34
Do you have any data on how much time a cataloguer might save cataloguing if using the data extracted through the approach you described as opposed to doing the cataloguing from scratch? Or can we approximate/test it? It would be really useful
Grant Young
01:03:37
Excited to see the microfilm project. A lot of potential here to exploit a lot of content.
Grant Young
01:06:34
Yes, would definitely be worth testing this.
Grant Young
01:09:37
Really pleased to hear that there will be open tools as a result.
British Library
01:10:19
How does British Library put ourselves forward for the next pilot :)
Matt (Digirati)
01:10:21
As a general rule, unless it’s a contractual requirement, we tend to open source everything that we output.
Grant Young
01:10:33
Very keen to remain in loop on this - can think of some applications
British Library
01:11:35
We can look to host that July event here at BL too.
British Library
01:11:55
:)
Paola.Marchionni
01:11:55
@BL: great! let's speak
Rachel K from Manchester
01:12:35
Thanks very much al!
Paola.Marchionni
01:12:41
thank you
Susan Anderton
01:12:45
Thanks, very interesting
Emma
01:12:46
Thank you all
British Library
01:12:49
Cheers! Thanks!
Jennifer Hillyard
01:12:50
Thanks for sharing! Lots of ideas for the future
Grant Young
01:12:50
Thanks all - great call. G
Jane Stevenson
01:12:50
Thank you, very interesting!
Stephen Brooks
01:12:53
Thanks all - fascinating stuff.