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Sandy McIntyre Colby
"The Dublin Core: A Simple Content Description Model for Electronic Resources"
7:00 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 30, 2000
LEXIS-NEXIS, Dayton, OH
The Dublin Core is a metadata element set intended to facilitate discovery of electronic resources. Originally conceived for author-generated description of Web resources, it has attracted broad-ranging international and interdisciplinary attention from formal resource-description communities such as museums, libraries, government agencies, and commercial organizations eager to adopt a common core of semantics for resource description.
The characteristics of the Dublin Core that distinguish it as a prominent candidate for description of electronic resources fall into several categories: simplicity, semantic interoperability, international consensus, extensibility, and metadata modularity on the Web.
Ms. McIntyre Colby will address the following:
What is metadata?
What are the similarities and differences between Dublin Core and other metadata standards?
What is the origin and purpose of Dublin Core metadata?
Who uses Dublin Core?
What is the relationship between Dublin Core metadata and RDF and XML?
How do I begin applying Dublin Core in my organization?
Sandy McIntyre Colby, MLIS, is a product support analyst for OCLC’s CORC service (Online Computer Library Center Cooperative Online Resource Catalog) and was previously OCLC Institute's Educational Technology Specialist for the Online Library Learning web-based, library-concept-based courses. Sandy was formerly an Intranet Analyst with a Fortune 500 oil and gas company where she coordinated metadata efforts to accelerate access to internally generated electronic information, and served in a records manager capacity. Prior to her corporate experience, she held the position of Internet Administrator at the Louisiana Department of Education where she applied metadata and cataloging standards/systems to Internet/Intranet environments. She was also a newspaper and magazine writer for regional and national markets. She has conducted numerous library & Internet presentations and training for local and national audiences. Her writings include: "Workflow in a Technical Services Environment" for the Louisiana State Library. Sandy earned a BA in Journalism from Auburn University, an MLIS from Louisiana State University, and is a member of Beta Phi Mu. Contact information: 6565 Frantz Road, MC 750, Dublin OH 43017-3395. Phone: 614-764-4378. Fax: 614-718-7527. E-mail: email@example.com. Web site: http://www.oclc.org
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5:30—6:00 Registration and social half-hour. Beverages will be provided by LEXIS-NEXIS.
7:00--8:00 Sandy McIntyre Colby.
Cost for program:
$3.00 for ASIS, SLA, AALL, GCLC, OPLIN, OCLC, MVAHSL members without dinner; $13.00 with dinner.
$4.00 for non-members without dinner; $14.00 with dinner.
Free for student/retired members without dinner; $10 with dinner.
Optional dinner: hot buffet of baked chicken with fine herb sauce, braised beef tips burgundy, wild rice pilaf, green beans almondine, tossed salad, pasta salad, assorted fresh dinner rolls, dessert choices, coffee, and iced tea.
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