Nice work Bill! I particularly like your use of the <link> element to
enable auto-discovery of these resources:

  <link rel="canonical" href="/Record/005550418">
  <link rel="alternate" type="application/marc" href="/Record/005550418.mrc" >
  <link rel="alternate" type="application/marc+xml"
href="/Record/005550418.xml" >
  <link rel="alternate" href="/Record/005550418.rdf"
type="application/rdf+xml" />

Did you shy away from adding the RIS and Refworks formats as links
because it wasn't clear what MIME type to use?

I'd be interested in helping flesh out the RDF a bit if you are interested.


On Tue, Feb 23, 2010 at 4:07 PM, Bill Dueber <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Many of you just saw Albert Betram of the University of Michigan Libraries
> talk at #c4l10 about HathiTrust APIs available to anyone interested. One of
> these, the BibAPI, was formed mostly by me on the basis of "Imaginary User
> Needs," not actual use cases. Anyone who has use cases that aren't
> well-covered by the existing BibAPI should drop me a line and let me know.
> This is also a good time to mention that (and
> support some limited export facilities by adding an
> extension to a record URL. SO...
>       Link to the Hathitrust
> page
>  MARC21 binary
>   RIS tagged format
> Refworks tagged
> format
>   Perfunctory RDF
> document
> I'd love help getting the RDF more fleshed out, btw.
> Again -- if you need anything else, or if you, say, wrap a nice jQuery
> plugin around the BibAPI, please let me know!
>  -Bill-
> Bill Dueber
> Library Systems Programmer
> University of Michigan Library