INTEROPERABILITE ET CONVERGENCE DES PRATIQUES DE DESCRIPTION A LA BIBLIOTHEQUE NATIONALE DE FRANCE : LA VALORISATION DE LA COLLECTION CHARLES CROS

Abstract : Data interoperability made possible by the development of the semantic web appears to be driving a convergence in descriptive practices at libraries, archives, and museums (LAM). According to the authors, the promotion strategy for the Charles Cros collection at the French National Library is a highly instructive example of this movement and its limitations, as well as a perfect illustration of the necessary changes in professional practices within the LAM community.
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Marianne Deraze, Xavier Loyant. INTEROPERABILITE ET CONVERGENCE DES PRATIQUES DE DESCRIPTION A LA BIBLIOTHEQUE NATIONALE DE FRANCE : LA VALORISATION DE LA COLLECTION CHARLES CROS. Communication - Information, médias, théories, pratiques, Universite Laval, 2016, Interopérabilité culturelle, 34 (1), ⟨10.4000/communication.6618⟩. ⟨hal-01417692⟩

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