BIBFRAME is a Linked Data model and vocabulary for bibliographic data. BIBFRAME provides a foundation for linking the library catalog to related and contextual resources, such as VIVO, Wikipedia, UF Digital Collections, scholarly research, and more.
This site is the Libraries' planning hub for working with BIBFRAME and Linked Data sets.
OCLC / Library of Congress Working Paper (Issued 1/15)
Common Ground: Exploring Compatibilities Between the Linked Data Models of the Library of Congress and OCLC (PDF Download)
Library of Congress BIBFRAME site
Background information and numerous links, including BIBFRAME profiles, BIBFRAME model, MARC to BIBFRAME Comparison, BIBFRAME Demonstration Data Sets, BIBFRAME Editor, LC updates, and more.
BIBFRAME and the Program for Cooperative Cataloging (PCC)
OCLC Research Library Partners Metadata Management Interest Group / hangingtogether blog
BIBFRAME and related training/webinars:
MarcEdit - see videos about the MarcEdit BIBFRAME Testbed, JSON Object Viewer, and Linked Records Tool