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November 13, 2007

Presentation of the Draft Report

The Library of Congress | Coolidge Auditorium, Thomas Jefferson Building | Washington, DC 20540
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The Working Group on the Future of Bibliographic Control presented its draft report of recommendations to Library of Congress managers and staff. The group held three public hearings in the past year to elicit ideas and comments from the library and publishing communities about needed changes in the description of bibliographic information for the 21st century.

July 9, 2007

Topic: Economics and Organization of Bibliographic Data

The Library of Congress | Mumford Room, The James Madison Building | Washington, DC 20540
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Meeting materials: AgendaBackground paper (PDF, 25KB) | Summary

May 9, 2007

Topic: Structures and Standards for Bibliographic Data

American Library Association | 50 E. Huron Street | Chicago, Illinois 60611
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Meeting materials: AgendaBackground paper (PDF, 15KB) | Summary

March 8, 2007

Topic: Users and Uses of Bibliographic Data

Google, Inc. | 1500 Plymouth Street | Mountain View, California 94043

Meeting materials: InvitationAgenda | Background paper (PDF, 35KB) | Summary

November 2-3, 2006

Inaugural Meeting of the Working Group

Library of Congress

Meeting materials: Meeting minutes (PDF, 42KB)

The inaugural meeting of the Working Group took place on November 2-3, 2006 at the Library of Congress. After agreeing on the charge, the group decided to hold three regional meetings on different aspects of bibliographic control and present its findings to Associate Librarian for Library Services Deanna Marcum in November 2007.