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NISO Finalizes Recommended Practice on Ebook Metadata

NISO (National Information Standards Organization) published a new NISO Recommended Practice, E-Book Bibliographic Metadata Requirements in the Sale, Publication, Discovery, Delivery, and Preservation Supply Chain. It incorporates feedback given by publishers, retailers, libraries, service providers, preservation agencies, and other stakeholders.

NISO states the following:

The Recommended Practice focuses on several key areas for e-book metadata—defining the minimal requirements for sales, discovery, delivery, electronic holdings management, and preservation purposes; identifying the best way to transmit metadata through the supply chain; updates to titles and holdings; developing rules for e-book metadata deduplication purposes; and sharing a variety of examples of recommended practice implementation. 

The Recommended Practice focuses on key metadata elements—titles, names, dates, book identifiers, and subjects—to enable basic functions of e-book metadata that apply across all stakeholder organizations: identifying a book, matching records for the same book or version, and distinguishing records that refer to different books or versions. The goal is to provide principles and examples that support shared understanding and, where possible, alignment of e-book metadata practices across sectors, complementing existing e-book best practices and guidelines, such as those published by BISG, EDItEUR, and W3C.

For more information, read the press release.



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