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Metadata switch : thinking about some metadata management and knowledge organization issues in the changing research and learning landscape
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Metadata switch : thinking about some metadata management and knowledge organization issues in the changing research and learning landscape

Author: Lorcan DempseyEric ChildressCarol Jean GodbyThomas Butler HickeyDiane Vizine-GoetzAll authors
Edition/Format:   Article : English
Publication:EScholarship.
Database:WorldCat
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The academic library is not an end in itself. It supports research, learning and scholarship, and it must adapt as research and learning behaviors change in a network environment. The papers in this volume give a good sense of the challenges posed by such developments and the manifold library response. This paper briefly considers some of these issues, and takes them as its context, but quickly moves to a very  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Article, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Lorcan Dempsey; Eric Childress; Carol Jean Godby; Thomas Butler Hickey; Diane Vizine-Goetz; Jeffrey A Young; OCLC Research.
ISBN: 0838983480
OCLC Number: 56574259
Notes: In: EScholarship: a LITA guide (Chicago : LITA, 2005).
Author list: Lorcan Dempsey, Eric Childress, Carol Jean Godby, Thomas B. Hickey, Diane Vizine-Goetz, Jeff Young.
Description: pages 55-78 : illustrations
Responsibility: Lorcan Dempsey [and others].

Abstract:

The academic library is not an end in itself. It supports research, learning and scholarship, and it must adapt as research and learning behaviors change in a network environment. The papers in this volume give a good sense of the challenges posed by such developments and the manifold library response. This paper briefly considers some of these issues, and takes them as its context, but quickly moves to a very specific emphasis. It considers how such library responses create new metadata management and knowledge organization questions, and it then outlines some of the work in OCLC Research which responds to these issues.

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