Edited Book

Bibliographic Control in the Digital Ecosystem

  • Edited by:
  • Giovanni Bergamin,
  • Mauro Guerrini,
  • Carlotta Alpigiano,

With the contributions of international experts, the book aims to explore the new boundaries of universal bibliographic control. Bibliographic control is radically changing because the bibliographic universe is radically changing: resources, agents, technologies, standards and practices. Among the main topics addressed: library cooperation networks; legal deposit; national bibliographies; new tools and standards (IFLA LRM, RDA, BIBFRAME); authority control and new alliances (Wikidata, Wikibase, Identifiers); new ways of indexing resources (artificial intelligence); institutional repositories; new book supply chain; “discoverability” in the IIIF digital ecosystem; role of thesauri and ontologies in the digital ecosystem; bibliographic control and search engines.

  • Keywords:
  • bibliographic control,
  • metadata,
  • authority control,
  • identifier,
  • artificial intelligence,
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Mauro Guerrini

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-1941-4575

Giovanni Bergamin is a librarian, Independent consultant and Associazione Italiana Biblioteche (AIB) Board member. He worked from 1990 to 2017 at the Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze as Head of information technology services. In the LIS field he continues his experiences as teacher, author and speaker in seminars.

Mauro Guerrini is full professor of LIS at the University of Florence; dean of the Master in Cataloging; member of the IFLA Bibliography Section; chair of JLIS.it, and the series Libraries and librarians. He has carried out research on cataloguing, metadata, semantic web, conceptual models, open access.

Carlotta Alpigiano is Budget and Acquisitions Librarian and coordinates the Back-Office at the European University Institute Library in Florence. Author of various publications, her current fields of interest are library management and quality monitoring in the changing library environment.
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