Metadata Principles and Practices: Metadata Relationships
This final workshop in the Metadata Principles and Practices series focuses on the role of expressing relationships in metadata to enhance resource discovery. Topics to be covered:
- How the Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standard maintains links between metadata and the resources they describe
- How the Semantic Web, RDF and Linked Data semantically articulate relationships between entities to aggregate metadata components and enable users to find resources related to their research interests
- The Bibliographic Framework (BibFrame) as an application of RDF and its potential as a replacement for MARC 21
- Describe the role of relationships in enabling resource acquisition
- Identify technologies for articulating relationships in metadata
- Assess the current status and potential of BibFrame as a replacement for MARC
Any staff involved with cataloging, metadata or digital initiatives interested in examining current and future trends in the development of metadata.
Completion of "Metadata Principles and Practices 1: Metadata Basics" or similar knowledge and experience with XML.
Homework Expectations and Completion Requirements:
- Students wishing to earn a certificate for this workshop are required to attend or view the online session and complete one homework assignment.
- It is designed for individual participation; each individual must register.
This course consists of one 2-hour session.
Instructor: - firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Hours: 2
10:00 am - 12:00 pm CST
|Amigos Member Individual Registration||$ 95.00|
|Non-member Individual Registration||$ 155.00|