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1 Libraries Text Rights Music Rights Trade Sources Encyclopaedias Researchers & Professional Granting organisations Professional Societies Article databases Theses databases cross-domain bridging-domains Archives and Museums

2 The world’s libraries. Connected. ISNI Status at September million assigned ISNIs (was 1 million 2 years ago) 16.1 million links; ISNI persistent URI DatabasesAssignedLinks Research13836,4121,856,076 Text rights7130,658705,368 Music5316,186454, 837 Libraries & trade46.8 million13 million Organisations3446, ,198 

3 The world’s libraries. Connected. RIGHTS MANAGEMENT Access Copyright, CanadaACCE Authors’ Licensing and Collecting Society, UK ALCS Centrum Dienstverlening Auteurs- en aanverwante Rechten, Netherlands CEDA Centro Español de Derechos Reprográficos CEDR Irish Copyright Licensing AgencyICLA Prolitteris, SwitzerlandPROL VG WORT, GermanyVGWO MUSIC American Musicological SocietyAMS British Library Sound ArchiveBLSA International Performers’ Database Association IPDA MusicBrainzMUBZ RESEARCHERS AND PROFESSIONALS American Musicological SocietyAMS Authors GuildAGLD British Library ThesesBRTH Digital Author identifier, NetherlandsDAI Jisc Names Project, UKJNAM La Trobe UniversityAU:VLU Modern Languages AssociationMLA OCLC ThesesOCLCT ORCID and DataCite Interoperability Network ODIN AuthorClaim and RePecOPENL Proquest ThesesPROQ Scholar Universe, ProquestSCHU Electronic tables of contentZETO ORGANISATIONS Boekenbank, BelgiumBOEK Bowker PublishersBOWP Publishers Licensing Society, UKPLS RinggoldRING GENERAL SOURCES Bowker Books in PrintBOWKER The European Library (48 national libraries) TEL Virtual International Authority File (33 libraries) VIAF Current ISNI Sources …and growing

4 The world’s libraries. Connected. ISNI Database Enquiry Documents relating to enquiry ISNI search guidelines ISNI SRU search API guidelines ISNI SRU search API guidelines - public.doc ISNI XML enquiry response schema ISNI Access Comparison Public and Member Documents are located at: Documents are located at:

5 The world’s libraries. Connected. Searching indexes seedocument See document ISNI search guidelines.doc See document ISNI search guidelines.doc Examples your code and > update date December 2013 Cn: ams & upd: > Your code and another’s code Cn: jnam & cn: proq Name Keyword not your code Nw: trobe not cn: auvlu Almost anything can be indexed Also available by SRU API

6 The world’s libraries. Connected. Browse

7 The world’s libraries. Connected. Search by SRU API See Document: ISNI SRU search API guidelines.doc Example search by name keyword (pica.nw): &operation=searchRetrieve&recordSchema=isni-b This search is for the any records containing both “Rebecca” and “Maloy” in the name Response in XML enquiry response schema. ISNI enquiry response v2.xsd

8 The world’s libraries. Connected. Member View – see all data except private data

9 The world’s libraries. Connected. Member view – list of additional data displayed (if not private) Nationality Gender Keyword or key phrase Dewey classification Publisher Dates active Associated countries Provisional records Including links to possible matches, if applicable

10 The world’s libraries. Connected. Private data Dates Personal Affiliations Titles of works These can be masked from the public and from member view. It is requested to allow titles to be seen by other members so that there is enough information to make merges

11 The world’s libraries. Connected. Reports and Notifications Bulk reports Basic Enriched Notifications Statistics See document ISNI Data contributors reports and notifications guidelines.doc

12 The world’s libraries. Connected. Reports and Notifications – Basic Bulk Report DescriptionExample a URL directly to your record on the ISNI database m.oclc.nl/DB=1.3/PPN?PPN= your identifier XXXX LI URL directly to the possible match m.oclc.nl/DB=1.3/PPN?PPN= matching score assigned by the program

13 The world’s libraries. Connected. Enriched bulk report

14 The world’s libraries. Connected. Notifications (PUSH after major updates) Someone else has matched & details You probably need to take action

15 The world’s libraries. Connected. ISNI Statistics Basic statistics Cross matches VIAF matches

16 The world’s libraries. Connected. La Trobe University Links: 3,427 Linked Data: isni.org/isni/

17 The world’s libraries. Connected. La Trobe University: 1,864 VIAF Links Linked Data: isni.org/isni/

18 The world’s libraries. Connected. Data Quality Infrastructure ISNI Quality Team Sampling Merging and Splitting Input to matching and resolution system Responding to help desk and input notes from the data contributors and the public Trusted to see full records OCLC Assignment Agency Matching, merging and splitting infrastructure Data sampling and anomaly checks Special fixes, e.g. Pseudonyms Fixes to incoming data Data enrichment e.g. Wikipedia, Dewey, Creation classes Notification system ISNI Data Contributors and Registration Agencies Quality of the input data Resolution of possible and exact matches Enrichment and Signalling errors as detected

19 The world’s libraries. Connected. Samples data regularly c. 2% VIAF clusters have mixed identities Duplicate clusters are higher, nearer 5% Makes corrections at cluster level Merges, splits, error notifications Access to cataloguing client / macros Makes system recommendations Gives approval for single source assignment Responds to End User input ISNI Quality Team

20 The world’s libraries. Connected. End User Note It seems 2 ISNIs has been assigned to the French singer Laïka Fatien (born 1968 in Paris): ISNI and ISNI X. I think the last one can be deleted.

21 The world’s libraries. Connected. End User Note Dear Sir / Madam, The ISNI refers to "Marco Antonio Casanova", Professor at the Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro. I am not the author of "Fragmentos póstumos. - Nietzsche uma introdução filosófica" or "Segunda consideração intempestiva da utilidade e desvantagem da história para a vida". The author of these works is "Marco Antonio dos Santos Casa Nova". You may confirm this information by consulting our CVs at the Brazilian Research Council: Marco Antonio Casanova (me): Marco Antonio dos Santos Casa Novahttp://lattes.cnpq.br/ Marco Antonio dos Santos Casa Nova (the other author):

22 The world’s libraries. Connected. End User Input – enriches, merges, splits c. 10 to 50 a week and growing Nightly to QT QT being enlarged with more national libraries Goal – response within 3 days Maintains clusters at cluster level All concerned sources are notified c. 10 to 50 a week and growing Nightly to QT QT being enlarged with more national libraries Goal – response within 3 days Maintains clusters at cluster level All concerned sources are notified

23 The world’s libraries. Connected. ISNI Database: Member view Member view Public view

24 The world’s libraries. Connected. Public view – only see assigned

25 The world’s libraries. Connected. Member view –see assigned and provisional

26 The world’s libraries. Connected. Public view -Detailed display– only data in public domain, only titles Note that VIAF is appearing in blue signifying an actionable link. All contributing sources should supply a URI prefix for this link

27 The world’s libraries. Connected. Searching Is the same as using a command

28 The world’s libraries. Connected. 3,553 records contributed Sourced from La Trobe Institution Repository 1,707 assigned, 1846 provisional (101 flagged as possible matches) La Trobe University

29 The world’s libraries. Connected. ALCS view: includes own private data


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