2017 Spring Program: Terry Reese on MarcEdit
The New York Public Library - Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, Margaret Liebman Berger Forum, Room 227
Please join us for a talk by Terry Reese, creator of MarcEdit, free software developed primarily for the library cataloging community to lower technical barriers and empower librarians to take more control over their organization’s metadata. Created in 1999 as a global editing utility for MARC data, MarcEdit has since evolved into a full suite of tools to create, harvest, and manipulate a variety of non-MARC metadata as well. This presentation will provide an overview of the project, how it was started and where it is going.
About the Presenter :
Terry Reese works at The Ohio State University Libraries as the Head of Digital Initiatives. His primary research interests tend to focus around the development of services and infrastructure to support large scale data projects and preservation. Terry has been an active researcher and participant in the library development community since 1999, working on a wide range of development and research projects. His unwavering interest in issues surrounding the continuing evolution of library metadata remains a common thread throughout his research.
Also interested in our workshop? Please register for the workshop, which also includes registration to our Spring 2017 Program.
The New York Public Library - Stephen A. Schwarzman Building
Margaret Liebman Berger Forum, Room 227
New York, NY 10018
|Current Member||$ 15.00|
|Event + new or renewed membership||$ 30.00|
|Event + new or renewed student membership||$ 20.00|