Metadata for Digital Resources - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9781843343011, 9781780631257

Metadata for Digital Resources

1st Edition

Implementation, Systems Design and Interoperability

Authors: Muriel Foulonneau Jenn Riley
eBook ISBN: 9781780631257
Hardcover ISBN: 9781843343028
Paperback ISBN: 9781843343011
Imprint: Chandos Publishing
Published Date: 31st March 2008
Page Count: 220
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Table of Contents

Part 1 Introduction: What is metadata? Part 2 Implementation of metadata creation activities: Choosing metadata for a digital library project; Creating metadata usage guidelines; Creating metadata; Practical implementation of a metadata strategy Part 3 Systems design: Functions performed by a digital library system; Metadata that drives discovery functionality. Part 4 Metadata interoperability: Defining interoperability; Interoperability and resource discovery; Technical interoperability; Content interoperability: shareable metadata. Part 5 Conclusion: The future of metadata.


Description

This book assists information professionals in improving the usability of digital objects by adequately documenting them and using tools for metadata management. It provides practical advice for libraries, archives, and museums dealing with digital collections in a wide variety of formats and from a wider variety of sources. This book is forward-thinking in its approach to using metadata to drive digital library systems, and will be a valuable resource for those creating and managing digital resources as technologies for using those resources grow and change.

Key Features

  • Provides practical guidance on the key choices that information professionals in libraries, archives, and museums must make when defining and implementing a metadata strategy
  • Provides insight on the new area of metadata librarianship while positions are opening in many organizations and many professionals worldwide are charged with managing and sharing metadata
  • Focuses on metadata usability and the careful definition of what a digital library system must do in order to define a metadata strategy

Readership

Practitioners and students of Library and Information Science


Details

No. of pages:
220
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Chandos Publishing 2008
Published:
Imprint:
Chandos Publishing
eBook ISBN:
9781780631257
Hardcover ISBN:
9781843343028
Paperback ISBN:
9781843343011

About the Authors

Muriel Foulonneau Author

Muriel Foulonneau is project coordinator at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign for the CIC-OAI metadata harvesting project. She has worked with practitioners and researchers in Europe and the United States to help implementing digital library applications. She has served as an evaluator for the Information Science and Technology R&D program of the European Commission.

Jenn Riley Author

Jenn Riley is the Metadata Librarian for the Indiana University Digital Library Program, where she is responsible for planning metadata strategy for digital library projects. Jenn has been a leader in the development of a number of ground-breaking digital collections using metadata in novel ways to improve access to digital libraries.Jenn Riley and Muriel Foulonneau were both involved in the definition of best practices for shareable metadata for the Digital Library Federation. They have authored numerous practical guides and research articles on interoperability of digital content.

Affiliations and Expertise

Indiana University, USA