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Daniel Gelaw Alemneh, Samantha Kelly Hastings, and Cathy Nelson Hartman write that the University of North Texas (UNT) Libraries has entered into partnership agreements with federal and state agencies to ensure permanent storage and public access to a variety of government information sources. Formulation of preservation policy and creation of preservation metadata for electronic files and digital collections are among the most important steps. This paper discusses the issues related to digital resources preservation and demonstrates the role of preservation metadata in facilitating the preservation activities in general. (First Monday 7(8) 5 August 2002)
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Jinfang Niu provides an overview of work completed at Tsinghua University Library in which a metadata framework was developed to aid in the preservation of digital resources. The metadata framework is used for the creation of metadata to describe resources, and includes an encoding standard used to store metadata and resource structures in information systems. The author points out that the Tsinghua University Library metadata framework provides a successful digital preservation solution that may be an appropriate solution for other organizations as well. (D-Lib Magazine 8(11) November 2002)
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R. Todd Stephens is the Director of the Metadata Services Group for the BellSouth Corporation. His group is involved in architectural efforts that effect the development and implementation of database metadata, data transformation, components, XML, content, documentation, web services, messaging, metrics, interfaces, and the Enterprise Information Portal. The interview demonstrates how metadata fits into private organisations. (Data Discussions 2003)
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This manual describes metadata and explains how to assign it to Australian government documents, resources, agencies, services, collections and/or databases.
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Dr. Adam Bostock belives that metadata has a very useful role to play, but it has limitations with regard to information extraction. XML provides much needed data structure. (June 2002)
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The Action Plan stems from the Library of Congress Bicentennial Conference on Bibliographic Control for the New Millennium: Confronting the Challenge of Networked Resources and the Web, held on November 15-17, 2000. The Cataloging Directorate convened this invitational Conference as a working meeting of experts from the various communities that play a role in the creation, retrieval, and cataloging of Web resources. The primary goals of the Conference were: 1) to develop an overall strategy to address the challenges of improved access to Web resources through library catalogs and applications of metadata; and 2) to identify attainable actions for achieving the overall strategy. The aim of the conference, therefore, was to generate recommendations for the Library of Congress, in collaboration with the larger library community, to use as a blueprint for action to improve bibliographic control of the Web.
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A Response to Action Item 5.3 of the "Bibliographic Control of Web Resources: A Library of Congress Action Plan" Draft Report (June 18, 2003)
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Report of the ALA Committee, 21 August 1998. The Task Force was charged to evaluate metadata as a source of cataloging, recommend rule additions and changes if appropriate, investigate CC:DA collaboration with developers of metadata sets on implementation and development of standards, and investigate CC:DA collaboration with MARBI in the development of reversible mapping between AACR2 data elements as encoded in MARC and other metadata schemes.
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A draft standard from NISO. (Z39.87-2002).
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Marty Lucas explains metadata in a very friendly way. (Mappa Mundi Magazine April 2000)
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