Software Systems

Visualizing Government Archives through Linked Data – Conal Tuohy’s blog

Tonight I’m knocking back a gin and tonic to celebrate finishing a piece of software development
News

BIBFLOW at OCLC’s “Library Data [R]evolution: Applying Linked Data Concepts”

On February 10, BIBFLOW’s Carl Stahmer (Director of Digital Scholarship at UC Davis) joined Sally McCallum
Workflow Analysis

Copy Cataloging for Non-Rare Books Using OCLC Connexion Client

The following workflow represents the current work process in place at the UC Davis library when
Workflow Analysis

Original Non-Rare Book Cataloging Using OCLC Connexion Client

The following workflow represents the current work process in place at the UC Davis library when
Workflow Analysis

Personal and Corporate Name Authority Record Creation

The following workflow represents the current work process in place at the UC Davis library when
Workflow Analysis

Original Cataloging of a Print Serial

The following workflow represents the current work process in place at the UC Davis library when
Workflow Analysis

Original Cataloging a Print Map using OCLC Connexion Client

The following workflow represents the current work process in place at the UC Davis library when
Preliminary Findings

Initial KUALI-OLE Assessment

1. Purpose and Scope The purpose of this report is to provide a preliminary assessment of
Preliminary Findings

It’s Complicated!

To most library staff, Linked Data seems complicated. That’s because it is. Unlike MARC, which came
News

BIBFLOW Team Meeting – UC Davis

The entire BIBFLOW team met at the UC Davis Library, June 17th and 18th to kick-off