Canadian and international resources for further reading on diversity in the book publishing industry.
BookNet’s Tom Richardson explains all you need to know about using sets in ONIX 2.1 and 3.0.
EDItEUR just released a new series of Application Notes. Tom Richardson takes this opportunity to highlight a few of them.
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.
Who pays for metadata isn't written in stone. Metadata creation isn't any one company's problem and that's especially true if it's not product-based.
If you produce ONIX files, you should be aware that EDItEUR’s schema validation, which is used to ensure your data is loadable and readable by data receivers, is about to get stricter. You can find out how to get ready by reading all about it here.
To kick off our blog series on improving your ONIX 3.0 data, Tom Richardson explores Collections, including how it works, why it matters, and how to know if you’ve screwed up.
If you work with book metadata, make sure to read this post and help make the world a better place for data traders.