Borromäusverein: Neues Austauschformat für Buchblock-Daten

August 2007
Bibliotheksdienst;aug2007, Vol. 41 Issue 8, p920
Trade Publication
The article discusses a Library Data Exchange Format (BAFO) that permits a smooth exchange of bookblock data among German libraries. The format was developed by the Borromäus Association Bonn e.V. BAFO captures book catalog data, posting numbers, and bar codes for exchange and statistical analysis.


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