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Title:Moving towards shareable metadata
Author(s):Shreeves, Sarah L.; Riley, Jenn; Milewicz, Liz
Shareable metadata
Metadata quality
Abstract:A focus of digital libraries, particularly since the advent of the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting, is aggregating from multiple collections metadata describing digital content. However, the quality and interoperability of the metadata often prevents such aggregations from offering much more than very simple search and discovery services. Shareable metadata is metadata which can be understood and used outside of its local environment by aggregators to provide more advanced services. This paper describes shareable metadata, its characteristics, and its importance to digital library development, as well as barriers and challenges to its implementation.
Issue Date:2006-08
Publisher:University of Illinois at Chicago.
Citation Info:Sarah L. Shreeves, Jenn Riley, and Liz Milewicz. Moving towards shareable metadata First Monday, volume 11, number 8 (August 2006).
Publication Status:published or submitted for publication
Peer Reviewed:is peer reviewed
Sponsor:Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Rights Information:Copyright 2006 Sarah L. Shreeves, Jenn Riley, and Liz Milewicz.
Date Available in IDEALS:2008-02-16

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