Posts Tagged ‘events’

Slides on the CLOCK project for #Mashcat (Cambridge mashed library cataloguing event)

Posted on July 5th, 2012 by Paul Stainthorp

Mashcat logoA whole contingent from Lincoln—Andrew Beeken, Trevor Jones, Elif Varol and I—are at the Cambridge University Clinical School at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge, for a mashed library event – Mashcat.

Mashcat is “a mashed library event focussing on cataloguing data. For cataloguers, developers and anyone else with an interest in how library catalogue data can be created, manipulated, used and re-used by computers and software”. It’s being sponsored by DevCSI.

We’re presenting about the CLOCK project to a room full of cataloguers. No pressure. The slides are online at:

Discovery phase two: programme launch (slides)

Posted on February 2nd, 2012 by Paul Stainthorp

JISC formally launched phase two of the Information and library infrastructure: Resource discovery programme on 11 January 2012 in Birmingham. CLOCK weren’t able to attend in person, but we sent these slides in our absence. They’re good for a quick overview of the aims of the CLOCK project.