ONIX (Online Information Exchange) is the standard in the publishing industry for computer-to-computer communication about bibliographic data. Basically, it allows you to represent information about your books in a neutral way: without any form attached to the content. In that way, ONIX gives publishers the ability to share infinitely more information about their books with infinitely more people, but often this opportunity is not taken advantage of. Reasons for this are many, but, in general, publishers have been unsure why they need to put extra information into an ONIX file.Link fixed.
Thursday, February 24, 2011
Increase Sales & Lower Costs: A Step-By-Step ONIX Guide for Publishers.
Papers from the Midwinter MARBI meetings have now been revised to reflect decisions made. See:
- Proposal No. 2011-01: Coding for Original Language in Field 041Discussion Paper No. 2011-DP01: Changes to Accommodate RDA Production, Publication, Distribution and Manufacture StatementsDiscussion Paper No. 2011-DP02: Additional attributes for RDADiscussion Paper No. 2011-DP-03: Identifying Work, Expression, and Manifestation records in the MARC FormatsDiscussion Paper No. 2011-DP04: Treatment of Controlled Lists of Terms for Carrier Attributes