Survey on Free Data Services
The Library makes its data available to researchers and other libraries free of charge in a variety of formats and access mechanisms: MARC21 via Z39.50, basic RDF/XML, Linked Open Data and Researcher Format (.csv). We are now seeking feedback on these free data services.
Please fill in the following survey - it should take no more than 15 minutes - and submit your reply by Saturday 31 December 2016.
If you would like to be informed of the results of the survey and/or would be willing to discuss your responses further with a member of the survey team, please send your email address to email@example.com
Response to the consultation on Subject Standards
The Library is publishing the response to the consultation on the future of the subject and classification schemes we apply to our bibliographic records.
From February to April 2016 we sought the views of our stakeholders; including cataloguers, classifiers and catalogue users regarding:
- replacement of Library of Congress Subject Headings with FAST (Faceted Application of Subject Terminology) developed by OCLC
- selective introduction of abridged Dewey Decimal Classification
Follow the links below to the original consultation document summarising the findings of our project.
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