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MARC and metadata [electronic resource] : METS, MODS and MARCXML : current and future implications / theme editor, Bradford Lee Eden.

Publication:
West Yorkshire, England : Emerald, c2004.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (113 p.)
Series:
Library hi tech ; v. 22, no. 1.
Library Hi Tech. No. 1 ; Vol. 22
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Subjects:
MARC formats.
Metadata.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
Metadata schema and standards are now a part of the information landscape. Librarianship has slowly realized that MARC is only one of a proliferation of metadata standards, and that MARC has many pros and cons related to its age, original conception, and biases. Should librarianship continue to promote the MARC standard? Are there better metadata standards out there that are more robust, user-friendly, and dynamic in the organization and presentation of information? This special issue will examine current initiatives that are actively incorporating MARC standards and concepts into new metadata
Contents:
Contents; Abstracts & keywords; Metadata and librarianship: will MARC survive? Editorial; Cyril: expanding the horizons of MARC 21; The MARC standard and encoded archival description; MARC to ENC MARC: bringing the collection forward; After MARC - what then?; An introduction to the Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standard (METS); Pulling it all together: use of METS in RLG cultural materials service; A preliminary crosswalk from METS to IMS content packaging; An introduction to the Metadata Object Description Schema (MODS)
Using the Metadata Object Description Schema (MODS) for resource description: guidelines and applicationsWhither HTML?; Copyright in a networked world: ethics and infringement; Note from the publisher
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Description based upon print version of record.
Contributor:
Eden, Bradford Lee.
ISBN:
1-280-51532-5
9781845443926
9786610515325
1-84544-392-6
OCLC:
808610060