Using the Trove API for cultural data in Alma and Primo

Peta J. Hopkins*, David Coupe

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    Abstract

    Libraries are not just repositories of resources but also cultural hubs reflecting the diversity of their communities. Trove API data for cultural sensitivity is an opportunity to enrich library catalogue records as part of a commitment to inclusion and respectful spaces for all users.

    This presentation will explore the practical application of Trove API data to flag culturally sensitive materials within library catalogues.
    The session will cover the approaches from two institutions, the University of Newcastle and Bond University in augmenting Trove’s cultural sensitivity data in Alma and surfacing it in Primo VE.

    Attendees will gain insights into:
    ● The role of Trove API in identifying and flagging sensitive content.
    ● The process of harvesting and integrating Trove data with Alma and Primo VE.
    ● Challenges and wish lists for working with this data
    ● Conversational coding with ChatGPT

    Join us to learn how your institution can leverage Trove API data to make a meaningful impact on cultural sensitivity in your library catalogue records.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages1-25
    Number of pages25
    Publication statusPublished - 17 Jun 2024
    EventANZREG Virtual Conference 2024 -
    Duration: 17 Jun 202419 Jun 2024
    https://anzreg.igelu.org/meetings/2024-virtual-conference/

    Conference

    ConferenceANZREG Virtual Conference 2024
    Period17/06/2419/06/24
    OtherThe ANZREG 2024 Conference will be held online from 17th-19th June, including a best practice / developer’s day. The theme the conference is around change, and we’re excited to see what the community has to share. You can interpret the theme however you like; whether it’s about rate of change in the industry, how you keep up with change in your library, an amazing change you’ve made to a process – we want to hear about it! The success of ANZREG depends on the willingness of the community to share your excellent ideas, initiatives, and experiences.
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