Friday, April 02, 2004

MARC & Metadata

Vol. 22, no. 1 of Library Hi Tech includes many papers of possible interest.
  • Metadata and librarianship: will MARC survive?
    Bradford Lee Eden
  • Cyril: expanding the horizons of MARC21
    Jane W Jacobs; Ed Summers; Elizabeth Ankersen
  • The MARC standard and encoded archival description
    Peter Carini; Kelcy
  • MARC to ENC MARC: bringing the collection forward
    Janet Kahkonen Smith; Roger L Cunningham; Stephen P Sarapata
  • After MARC - what then?
    Leif Andresen
  • An introduction to the Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standard (METS)
    Morgan V Cundiff
  • Pulling it all together: use of METS in RLG cultural materials service
    Merrilee Proffitt
  • A preliminary crosswalk from METS to IMS content packaging
    Raymond Yee; Rick Beaubien
  • An introduction to the Metadata Object Description Schema (MODS)
    Sally H McCallum
  • Using the Metadata Object Description Schema (MODS) for resource description: guidelines and applications
    Rebecca S Guenther
  • Whither HTML?
    Judith Wusteman

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