Thursday, October 21, 2010

DC-2010--Pittsburgh Proceedings

The DCMI conference proceedings are open access and are now published. Almost 200 pages of interesting reading. Some papers are:
  • Building blocks of metadata: What can we learn from Lego™? / Emma Tonkin, Andrew Hewson
  • Visualizing Metadata for Environmental Datasets / Sherry Koshman
  • FRBR: A Generalized Approach to Dublin Core Application Profiles / Maja Zumer, Marcia Lei Zeng, Athena Salaba
  • Enhancing Interoperability of FRBR-Based Metadata / Jenn Riley
  • Moving Library Metadata Toward Linked Data: Opportunities Provided by the eXtensible Catalog / Jennifer B. Bowen
  • Celebrating 10 Years of Government of Canada Metadata Standards / Margaret Devey, Marie-Claude Côté, Leigh Bain, Lynne McAvoy
  • Extending RSS to Meet Central Bank Needs / Paul Asman, San Cannon, Christine Sommo
Good quote from Twitter @anarchivist (Mark Matienzo) "Data that cannot speak for itself will be more vulnerable to becoming irrelevant" - Tom Baker.

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