The BISG has added four new LGBT BISACs to the list of subject codes. Are publishers using them?
We take a look at how keywords are being used in the Poetry category.
Tricia McCraney gives us five ways ONIX 3.0 is good for data senders (publishers and distributors) and recipients (retailers and trading partners) alike.
There has been a recent slew of standards updates, from subject codes to ONIX, so our Bibliographic Manager Tom Richardson is here to round up all the excitement into one handy overview.
Users of BNC BiblioShare File Quality Reports may have noticed the appearance of a new citation about Country of Manufacture, so Tom has taken to the blog to explain.
EDItEUR just released a new series of Application Notes. Tom Richardson takes this opportunity to highlight a few of them.
ONIX Code lists Issue 38 for ONIX 3.0 has been released. We've highlighted some changes of particular note for you below.
Since some Canadians are celebrating 150 years of trying to define Canada as a nation, we challenged BiblioShare to discover the true essence of Canada the best way we know how: through keywords. Read on to see what we uncovered.
We recently looked at LGBT book sales in another blog post, including how those titles are being classified. It made us think about the difference between LGBT subject codes and keywords. Thus began our quest to gain insight into keyword usage.
We were overjoyed to welcome EDItEUR's Graham Bell to provide two training sessions this week. With one day down (ONIX: Essentials) and one to go (ONIX: Advanced Topics), we can share a few highlights.