The Deutsche National Bibliothek (DNB) collects everything that is published in Germany and in German. Since it started its work in 1913, it has been creating records of its holdings, initially in paper form, but also electronically since the mid-1960s. It now manages over 50 GB of metadata.
In what formats are these data available? What rules are used to create them? And how can one access the data?
These and other questions will be answered in the workshop.
This event is not barrier-free.
Binding registration via email@example.com until September 1st, 2023.
Min. 10 up to max. 15 participants.