The first Maurice Dance took place on 16 Oct 2015 at the National Library of New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand.
The aim was to build upon the Maurice Gee base r-ball.
A report on the Maurice Dance compiled by Charlotte Christensen (National Library of New Zealand) includes the results of the feedback survey and a summary of the afternoon's discussions.
- 2 Oct 2015 (9-11 am NZDT): RIMMF training webinar (31 attendees)
- 08.30 Registration
- 09.00 Introductions, outline of the day, and setup
- 09.20 Brief review of RIMMF functionality
- 09.45 RIMMF Maurice Gee resources
- 12.30 Lunch
- 13.30 RDA and Linked Data
- 14.30 Results of combining r-balls
- 15.00 Break
- 15.15 Open discussion
- 16.15 Next steps
- 16.30 End
- The works of Maurice Gee, and biographical and critical works about Maurice and his works
- in single or multiple expressions (e.g., editions, languages, with illustrations or without, with notes or reader's guides or without, etc.)
- in unmediated volumes
- in audio discs, cassettes, or online
- in computer discs, or online resources
Announcements, blogs, etc.
- Announcement (RSC): RLS-athon in Edinburgh Follows Maurice Dance in Wellington (26 Nov 2015)
- Facebook event
- Catapult: Newsletter of the LIANZA Cataloguing Special Interest Group (no.87, September 2015): Cataloguing News. Sponsorship to assist with travel expenses to attend the Maurice Dance : a Kiwi Jane-athon.
- Catapult: Newsletter of the LIANZA Cataloguing Special Interest Group (no.88, December 2015): Maurice Dance reports.
Not to be confused with
This type of Maurice dance should not be confused with: