The topic for the June open teleconference will be a recap of the ISO TC 46 Plenary meeting "week," which was held in Paris, France, this year from May 22-26, with international participants connecting across multiple time zones for all associated meetings. Please join our exchange!
Todd Carpenter, NISO Executive Director, Keondra Bailey, NISO Assistant Standards Program Manager, and Nettie Lagace, NISO Associate Executive Director, will discuss the meeting, NISO's role there, and the current questions under consideration in TC 46 conversations. There are many international projects currently underway which have a relationship with and impact on standards work more locally in the United States library and information community.
TC 46 is an ISO (International Organization for Standardization) technical committee, focused on Information and Documentation. Its scope includes standardization of practices relating to libraries, documentation and information centers, publishing, archives, records management, museum documentation, indexing and abstracting services, and information science. NISO is designated by ANSI to represent U.S. interests as the Technical Advisory Group (TAG) to TC46.
Five TC 46 Subcommittees held plenary meetings during this block:
- SC 4 (Technical interoperability),
- SC 8 (Quality - Statistics and performance evaluation),
- SC 9 (Identification and description),
- SC 10 (Requirements for document storage and conditions for preservation),
- SC 11 (Archives/records management),
along with meetings of other subcommittee working and discussion groups and of course the final TC 46 plenary.
NISO also serves as the Secretariat for SC 9, with Todd Carpenter serving as the SC 9 Committee Manager.