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Sunday, July 11 • 1:30pm - 2:45pm
TS-SIS Program: What's in a Name: CORE and I-2, New Standards to Improve Efficiency in the Electronic Resources Environment

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The current marketplace has numerous products from many vendors to address different aspects of electronic resources. Interoperability between them is essential to gain maximum benefits. CORE (Cost of Resource Exchange) describes a message structure which facilitates the transfer of cost data from Integrated Library Systems to Electronic Resource Management Systems. Identifying institutions with multiple departments, campuses and their hierarchical relationship can be very difficult. I-2 (Institutional Identifier) a proposed NISO standard, under development, is a unique identifier assigned to an institution. I-2 aims to be global, interoperable and unique and will show the hierarchical relationship of an institution with all its subsidiaries. Working group members of these two standards will discuss the need for these standards, their goals, objectives, data elements used and implementation issues.

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Sunday July 11, 2010 1:30pm - 2:45pm MDT
CCC-Room 109

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