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Metadata for digital collections : a how-to-do-it manual

저자: Steven J Miller
출판사: New York : Neal-Schuman Publishers, ©2011.
시리즈: How-to-do-it manuals for libraries, no. 179.
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문서 형식: 책, 인터넷 자원
모든 저자 / 참여자: Steven J Miller
ISBN: 9781555707460 1555707467
OCLC 번호: 710045184
설명: xxiii, 343 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
내용: Foreword / Diane I. Hillmann --
Introduction to metadata for digital collections --
What is metadata? --
What is a digital collection? --
What does metadata do? --
Types of metadata --
Metadata standards --
Creating a digital collection --
Metadata for digital collections --
Designing and documenting a metadata scheme --
Creating metadata for digital objects --
Metadata sharing, harvesting, and aggregating --
Summary --
References --
Introduction to resource description and Dublin Core --
Resource description fundamentals --
Resource description --
Resources --
Metadata descriptions and records --
Granularity of description --
Element repeatability --
Element functionality --
Local versus standard, shareable element sets --
Describing digital versus original resources --
The one-to-one principle --
Content versus carrier --
Problems with the one-to-one principle in practice --
Practical options for maintaining one-to-one --
Descriptive versus administrative metadata --The need for research --
Introduction to the Dublin Core metadata element set --
Simple (Unqualified) Dublin Core --
Qualified Dublin Core --
Creation and use of Dublin Core metadata --
The Dublin Core elements in practice --
Summary --
References --
Resource identification and responsibility elements --
Basic resource identification elements --
Titles --
Dublin Core title --
Identifiers --
Dublin Core identifier --
Dates --
Dublin Core date --
Languages --
Dublin Core language --
Resource attributes not readily accommodated in Dublin Core --
Name, responsibility, and intellectual property elements --
Names and roles of agents responsible for resources --
Dublin Core creator and contributor --
Publishers and publication --
Dublin Core publisher --
Rights, ownership, and restrictions on access --
Dublin Core rights --
Summary --
References --
Resource content and relationship elements --
Resource content and carrier elements --
Content types and genres --
Dublin Core type --
Formats and physical description --
Dublin Core format --
Subject content elements --
Subjects --
Subject analysis, representation, and retrieval --
Analyzing and identifying subject content --
Aboutness, ofness, isness, and facets --
Exhaustivity : number of subject terms --
Specificity : specific versus general subject terms. Subject analysis and indexing of images --
Dublin Core subject --
Dublin Core coverage --
Descriptions, abstracts, and tables of contents --
Dublin Core description --
Resource relationship elements --
Relationships among different resources --
Dublin Core relation and source --
Dublin Core full record examples --
Mapping local elements to Dublin Core --
Summary --
References --
Controlled vocabularies for improved resource discovery --
Improving resource discovery --
Types of controlled vocabularies --
Lists --
Synonym rings --
Authority files --
Taxonomies and classification schemes --
Thesauri --
Subject Heading lists --
Using established vocabularies --
Creating your own vocabularies --
Creating your own vocabularies --
Summary --
References --
XML-encoded metadata --
XML metadata basics --
Introduction to metadata encoding and XML --
XML syntax : elements and attributes --
Well-formed versus valid XML --
XML namespaces and metadata modularity --
Creating metadata in XML --
XML metadata record examples --
Dublin Core in XML --
MODS XML --
Anatomy of an XML metadata record --
Summary --
References --
MODS : the Metadata Object Description Schema --
Introduction and overview --
MODS implementation projects --
MODS documentation --
MODS XML structure --
Container elements and subelements --
Element attributes --
Flexibility in MODS level of detail and granularity --
MODS elements : an overview with examples --
TitleInfo --
Name --
TypeOfResource --
Genre --
Origin info --
Language --
Physical description --
Abstract --
TableOfContents --
Target audience --
Note --
Subject --
Classification --
Related item --
Identifier --
Location --
AccessCondition --
Part --
Extension --
Record info --
MODS records --
Complete MODS record example --
Creating MODS XML records --
Displaying and transforming MODS XML records --
Qualified Dublin Core and MODS record comparison --
Mapping from Dublin Core to MODS --
Automated mapping from simple Dublin Core to simple MODS --
Human mapping from qualified Dublin Core to Richer MODS --
Summary --
References --
VRA Core : the Visual Resources Association Core Categories --
Introduction and overview --
Metadata for museum objects --
Metadata standards for museum objects --
VRA 3.0 overview --
VRA 3.0 record examples --
VRA 4.0 overview --
VRA 4.0 record examples. Summary --
Reference --
Metadata interoperability, shareability, and quality --
Interoperability --
Short- and long-term metadata viability --
Metadata sharing, harvesting, and aggregating --
OAI metadata harvesting --
Metadata mapping and crosswalks --
Metadata conversion and processing --
Example of metadata harvesting, processing, and aggregating --
Good quality and shareable metadata --
Assessing metadata quality --
Five ways to improve your metadata quality and interoperability --
Summary --
References --
Designing and documenting a metadata scheme --
Metadata scheme design and documentation --
Introduction --
Analyze context, content, and users and determine functional requirements --
Select and develop an element set --
General / Cross-collection metadata scheme design --
Collection-specific metadata scheme design --
Factors in choice of metadata element set --
Establish element and database specifications --
Establish controlled vocabularies and encoding schemes --
Develop content guidelines --
Document the scheme --
Metadata design examples --
General application profile examples --
Collaborative digitization program Dublin Core metadata documentation --
OhioLINK Dublin Core metadata documentation --
Indiana memory Dublin Core metadata documentation --
DLF/Aquifer MODS metadata documentation --
Collection-specific application profile examples --
University of Washington's architecture collection metadata documentation --
University of Washington's musical instruments collection metadata documentation --
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's transportation collection metadata documentation --
CONTENTdm examples --
Summary --
References --
Metadata, linked data, and the Semantic Web --
What are linked data and the semantic web and why care about them? --
Linked open data and the resource description framework --
Statements, properties, values, and RDF triples --
URIs: uniform resource identifiers --
Literals, strings, and things --
The power of linking and querying in the linked data cloud --
RDF/XML --
Linked data and digital collections --
Dublin Core : from a core metadata element set for the web to a core vocabulary for linked data --
The DCMI abstract model (DCAM) --
Dublin Core application profiles --
Metadata registries --
What does all of this have to do with me? --
Summary --
References.
일련 제목: How-to-do-it manuals for libraries, no. 179.
책임: Steven J. Miller.

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Reference -- Metadata interoperability, shareability, and quality -- Interoperability -- Short- and long-term metadata viability -- Metadata sharing, harvesting, and aggregating -- OAI metadata harvesting -- Metadata mapping and crosswalks -- Metadata conversion and processing -- Example of metadata harvesting, processing, and aggregating -- Good quality and shareable metadata -- Assessing metadata quality -- Five ways to improve your metadata quality and interoperability -- Summary -- References -- Designing and documenting a metadata scheme -- Metadata scheme design and documentation -- Introduction -- Analyze context, content, and users and determine functional requirements -- Select and develop an element set -- General / Cross-collection metadata scheme design -- Collection-specific metadata scheme design -- Factors in choice of metadata element set -- Establish element and database specifications -- Establish controlled vocabularies and encoding schemes -- Develop content guidelines -- Document the scheme -- Metadata design examples -- General application profile examples -- Collaborative digitization program Dublin Core metadata documentation -- OhioLINK Dublin Core metadata documentation -- Indiana memory Dublin Core metadata documentation -- DLF/Aquifer MODS metadata documentation -- Collection-specific application profile examples -- University of Washington's architecture collection metadata documentation -- University of Washington's musical instruments collection metadata documentation -- University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's transportation collection metadata documentation -- CONTENTdm examples -- Summary -- References -- Metadata, linked data, and the Semantic Web -- What are linked data and the semantic web and why care about them? -- Linked open data and the resource description framework -- Statements, properties, values, and RDF triples -- URIs: uniform resource identifiers -- Literals, strings, and things -- The power of linking and querying in the linked data cloud -- RDF/XML -- Linked data and digital collections -- Dublin Core : from a core metadata element set for the web to a core vocabulary for linked data -- The DCMI abstract model (DCAM) -- Dublin Core application profiles -- Metadata registries -- What does all of this have to do with me? -- Summary -- References.

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