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Future of Bibliographic Control Meeting

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The Library of Congress-led Working Group on the Future of Bibliographic Control has its next meeting Wednesday, May 9, in Chicago.

While registration closed last week, you can go to the working group’s Web site here to see where the discussion is going. The background paper for the Chicago meeting is here (PDF).

A final report from the group is expected in November of this year.

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  1. Matt, for us non-librarians, could you explain what the working group is trying to accomplish?

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