|文件類型：||文章, 電腦資料, 網路資源|
Diane Vizine-Goetz; OCLC. Office of Research.
|注意：||A version of this paper will appear in the forthcoming proceedings of the 1994 Chicago World Wide Web Conference to be published as part of a special issue in Elsevier's Scientific Computer Networks and ISDN Systems.
Title from title screen (viewed Apr. 1, 2004).
|詳述：||Mode of access: World Wide Web.|
|責任：||project manager, Diane Vizine-Goetz.|
Over the past five years, librarians, humanities computing researchers, and computer scientists have been working to establish standards for encoding and accessing local and networked electronic information resources. These standards are just now being put into practice by their corresponding user communities, and their application provides opportunities for exploring synergies among the various approaches used. The OCLC Office of Research Cataloging Internet Resources project is investigating the relationship among three of these the Machine- Readable Cataloging (MARC) format used by librarians, the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) Header developed by humanities computing researchers, and the emerging Uniform Resource Citation (URC) standard for accessing materials on the World Wide Web. One result of our analysis is a prototype Web-based tool called Spectrum that enables individuals without specialized knowledge of library cataloging or markup to create records describing the bibliographic and location elements of networked electronic resources of various types.