Yesterday Michael Stephens kicked off the Columbus Metropolitan Library’s online learning program with his great Hyperlinked Library presentation. If you haven’t seen Michael speak before don’t miss your next opportunity. He was a dynamic speaker! He got the staff very excited about our new program called Learn & Play @CML. This voluntary program encourages staff to explore and play with Web 2.0 technologies at work. If you’re curious go to Learn & Play @CML to learn more and play along!
Sam Roshon: Digitization and the Columbus Circulating Visuals Collection Are you considering a digitization project? Do you want to learn more about the “nuts and bolts” of this technology and how it really works? Then plan to attend the next CO-ASIS&T presentation on June 22, 2004 at CML. Reference Librarian Sam Roshon, of the Biography, History & Travel Division will introduce you to the “CCVC”, the Columbus Circulating Visuals Collection. See samples from a representative Read More
Dr. Marcia Zeng Associate Professor of Library and Information Science Kent State University Metadata schemas for resource description such as Dublin Core and LOM (Learning Object Metadata) and domain specific markup languages such as MatML (Materials Property Data Markup Language) or CML (Chemical Markup Language) have evolved dramatically during the last five years. Much of this development, however, has been a parallel evolution. There often has been no clear indication of how resource level metadata Read More