Organization, representation and description through the digital age [online] : information in libraries, archives and museums / edited by Christine M. Angel, Caroline Fuchs
Contributor(s): ANGEL, Christine M [ed.] | FUCHS, Caroline [ed.].Material type: BookSeries: Current topics in library and information practice: Publisher: Berlin : De Gruyter Saur, 2018Description: 1 resursă online (ix, 294 p.).ISBN: 9783110337419.Subject(s): | DE-Științe ale comunicării | | științele comunicării | bibliotecă | cărți străine | cărți achiziții | cărți electroniceGenre/Form: resursă online Online resources: Acces la textul integral numai din contul de acces mobil
Include referințe bibliografice.
Part I: Cataloging technologies and its influence on the organization and description of information The Historical Use of Catalogs in the Arrangement of Knowledge in Libraries, Archives, and Museums: A Survey
Part II: The transition from analog to digital. WEB 1.0 Analog to Digital: The Growing Pains of a Religious Archive Migrating its Administrative Collections The Theory was Sound: A Case Study in the Lifecycle of a Library Streaming Sound Collection Digital Access Enhancement Initiative at the National Music Museum Cataloging and Description Practices Informed by Rationale in a Small LAM Environment
Part III: Finding structure. Making connections. WEB 2.0 Digital Archival Representation: Approaches and Challenges Linking Items, Connecting Content: The Donald Thomson Collection Information Management Systems at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Art Information Culture: Contemporary Disruptions in Museums How Metadata Informs Purpose: A Case Study of NYPL’s Open Source GIS-Driven MapWarper Tool
Part IV: Transition to WEB 3.0 Transcribe as Seen: Challenging RDA Regarding Gender in Moving Image Materials Cultural Heritage Curriculum Crosswalk: Using Metadata to Connect to Curriculum Optimizing Merged Metadata Standards for Online Community History: A Linked Open Data Approach Evolution and Revolution in Metadata Librarianship: Identifying New Requirements for Professional Qualifications amid Organizational Change Increasing Interoperability through the Transformation and the Consolidation of Image Collections’ Metadata Large Scale with a Small Staff and Even Smaller Budget: Updating Metadata to Reflect Revised Best Practices Bringing the Archives Out of the Art Museum: Local Metadata Planning within a Global Context Experiments in High Resolution Imaging for Exhibition and Publication of Historic Fashion: The Drexel Digital Museum Project
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