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A Practical Application of Dublin Core: Worthington Memory

Icon Written by John Shannon on September 17, 2002 – 8:34 PM

Susan Allen (Project Manager) & Eric Davis (Webmaster) of Worthington Public Library Worthington Memory is a digital library of local history materials commemorating the Worthington Bicentennial in 2003. This collaboration between Worthington Libraries and the Worthington Historical Society will include a call to community organizations and individuals to contribute content. This presentation will highlight a […]

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Functions of Metadata Schemas and Content Markup Languages for Knowledge Representation in Digital Collections

Icon Written by John Shannon on April 8, 2002 – 8:07 PM

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 […]

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An Overview of MetaData, Knowledge Management, and the Dublin Core

Icon Written by John Shannon on June 5, 1998 – 4:43 PM

CO-ASIS&T Annual Business Luncheon Speaker: Stuart Weibel, Senior Research Scientist, OCLC Dr. Weibel, one of the initiators of the Dublin Core, gave an overview of Metadata, including the philosophy behind the Dublin Core, and a quick introduction to RDF.

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