7 edition of Digital preservation and metadata found in the catalog.
|Statement||Susan S. Lazinger.|
|Contributions||Tibbo, Helen R.|
|LC Classifications||Z701.3.C65 L39 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 359 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||359|
|LC Control Number||2001050390|
sharable preservation metadata specifications. This would ensure interoperability—the ability to exchange amongst institutions and to understand the digital object metadata and its digital content. A complication was, however, the breadth of metadata needed to support the full range of digital preservation goals. SHPT School of Library Science Organisational issues: digital preservation policy Justification for preservation Organisational and financial commitment Preservation of authentic resources and quality control Metadata creation High-level identification of roles and responsibilities Training and education 7.
Priscilla Caplan, Digital Library Services, Florida Center for Library Automation Published: July Preservation metadata is information that supports and documents the process of digital preservation. The term is usually reserved for metadata that specifically supports the functions of maintaining the fixity, viability, renderability, understandability, and/or authenticity of digital. Protect your digital resources! This book addresses critical issues of preservation, giving you everything you need to effectively protect your resources-from dealing with obsolescence, to responsibilities, methods of preservation, cost, and metadata formats%().
Preservation Metadata for Digital Objects: A Review of the State of the Art A White Paper by the OCLC/RLG Working Group on Preservation Metadata Janu 1 such as a book, is fairly straightforward. A book is a physical, static item: its boundaries are . The OPFCON virtual conference took place on June , From the Open Preservation Foundation: A virtual conference and celebration of our tenth anniversary, the event addressed the theme of open sustainable digital preservation and brought together participants from 31 countries. The conference was originally planned to take place at the Austrian National .
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Gregory Hunter's Preserving Digital Information (Professional Media, LJ 10/15/00) is less clogged with acronyms but lighter on discussions of metadata the apparent key to the survivability of digital information.
Highly recommended for all larger libraries and archives and for those in IS facing the challenges of this by: Protect your digital resources. This book addresses critical issues of preservation, giving you everything you need to effectively protect your resources-from dealing with obsolescence, to responsibilities, methods of preservation, cost, and metadata formats.3/5.
The PREMIS Data Dictionary and its supporting documentation is a comprehensive, practical resource for implementing preservation metadata in digital archiving systems. The Data Dictionary is built on a data model that defines five entities: Intellectual Entities, Objects, Events, Rights, and Agents.
Confronting the critical issues of digital preservation, Lazinger shows you how to effectively safeguard your resources -- from dealing with problems of obsolescence to responsibilities, methods of preservation, cost, and metadata formats. Digital preservation represents an emergent area of digital library research and practice.
It focuses on the policies, technologies, and strategies to ensure that digital library objects and collections are available and usable now and in the future. preservation metadata standards, and trusted repositories.
View chapter Purchase book. Read. Digital Preservation Metadata for Practitioners is a practical guide to selecting, using, and managing metadata vital to the long-term preservation of digital by: 1. This book begins with an introduction to fundamental issues related to digital preservation metadata before proceeding to in-depth coverage of issues concerning its practical use and implementation.
Preservation related metadata standards are developing across the digital preservation landscape. Recent developments include the second data dictionary from PREMIS, the NISO Technical Metadata for Digital Still Images, and METS, which is being actively taken up by a number of digital preservation.
We work to rescue and preserve digital content stored in aging or obsolete formats to ensure long-term use and access, and offer expert consulting and resources to the university community. As digital preservation experts, we can work with faculty and researchers to: Help develop or improve strategies, policies, and workflows in digital.
Preservation metadata is information that supports and documents acts of preservation on digital materials. A specific type of metadata, preservation metadata works to maintain a digital object’s viability while also ensuring continued access through providing contextual information as well as details on usage and rights.
NEDCC offers preservation advice to family collectors, art collectors, book collectors. Preservation training is one of NEDCC’s strengths – workshops, webinars, and conferences are taught on caring for paper and book collections, digital curation, metadata, photograph care and identification, and multimedia, audio and video.
5)Metadata for Preservation: Technical descriptive and preservation metadata help to know now a digital object was created and maintained how it behaves, and how it relates to other digital objects. It should note that for the digital objects to remain accessible and intelligible essential to preserve and Migrate the metadata also.
The book will greatly benefit beginners and current practitioners alike. It is equally targeted at digital preservation repository managers and metadata analysts who are responsible for digital preservation metadata, as it is at students in Library, Information and Archival Science degree programs or.
This book begins with an introduction to fundamental issues related to digital preservation metadata before proceeding to in-depth coverage of issues concerning its practical use and cturer: Springer.
Protect your digital resources. This book addresses critical issues of preservation, giving you everything you need to effectively protect your resources-from dealing with obsolescence, to responsibilities, methods of preservation, cost, and metadata formats.
This book addresses critical issues of digital preservation, providing guidelines for protecting resources from dealing with obsolescence, to responsibilities, methods of preservation, cost, and metadata formats.
It also shows numerous national and international institutions that provide frameworks for. Many organizations inter- nationally have worked on defining metadata schemes for digital preservation, including the National Library of Australia, the British Cedars Project (CURL Exemplars in Digital Archives), and a joint Working Group of OCLC and the Research Libraries Group (RLG).
Preservation metadata is a key enabler for digital preservation, and includes technical information for digital objects, information about a digital object's components and its computing environment, as well as information that documents the preservation process and underlying rights basis.
Preservation Metadata. NARA will assign persistent digital identifiers and record preservation metadata about each digital object, data stored as computer files and requiring applications software for viewing, to aid in the preservation of our digital holdings over time through manual and automated preservation processes.
The initial result was a tool that has been in increasing use ever since – the PREMIS Data Dictionary for Preservation Metadata. The Data Dictionary (PDF, MB) is a comprehensive resource for the implementation of preservation metadata in digital library systems.
It consists of a core set of standardized data elements that are recommended. Digital preservation is a complex issue, with many different aspects and views, so in this book each chapter is written by an international expert on the topic.
Many case studies and examples are used to ground the ideas and theories in real concerns and practice.Excerpted from Digital Preservation Metadata for Practitioners.
Amy Kirchhoff. Purchase the book. Tagged: e-books, e-journals, metadata, standards. Preservation of Digitized Books and Other Digital Content Held by Cultural Heritage Organizations.A graphical representation of preservation metadata's umbrella view of other metadata types.
OAIS provides a general framework for preservation metadata. Several pilot studies around the world have built on that framework to identify and specify metadata for digital preservation.