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Author: Emma Annette Wilson
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Digital Humanities For Librarians. Some librarians are born to digital humanities; some aspire to digital humanities; and some have digital humanities thrust upon them. Digital Humanities For Librarians is a one-stop resource for librarians and LIS students working in this growing new area of academic librarianship. The book begins by introducing digital humanities, addressing key questions such as, “What is it?”, “Who does it?”, “How do they do it?”, “Why do they do it?”, and “How can I do it?”. This broad overview is followed by a series of practical chapters answering those questions with step-by-step approaches to both the digital and the human elements of digital humanities librarianship. Digital Humanities For Librarians covers a wide range of technologies currently used in the field, from creating digital exhibits, archives, and databases, to digital mapping, text encoding, and computational text analysis (big data for the humanities). However, the book never loses sight of the all-important human component to digital humanities work, and culminates in a series of chapters on management and personnel strategies in this area. These chapters walk readers through approaches to project management, effective collaboration, outreach, the reference interview for digital humanities, sustainability, and data management, making this a valuable resource for administrators as well as librarians directly involved in digital humanities work. There is also a consideration of budgeting questions, including strategies for supporting digital humanities work on a shoestring. Special features include: Case studies of a wide range of projects and management issues Digital instructional documents guiding readers through specific digital technologies and techniques An accompanying website featuring digital humanities tools and resources and digital interviews with librarians and scholars leading the way in digital humanities work across North America, from a range of larger and smaller institutions Whether you are a librarian primarily working in digital humanities for the first time, a student hoping to do so, or a librarian in a cognate area newly-charged with these responsibilities, Digital Humanities For Librarians will be with you every step of the way, drawing on the author’s experiences and those of a network of librarians and scholars to give you the practical support and guidance needed to bring your digital humanities initiatives to life.
Cataloging Cultural Objects: A Guide to Describing Cultural Works and Their
Images (Harpring et al., 2006) is a content standard developed and maintained
by the The Visual Resources Association Foundation (VRAF), mainly adopted in
Author: M. Daquino
Publisher: IOS Press
In the course of their research, art historians frequently need to refer to historical photo archives when attempting to authenticate works of art. This book, Mining Authoritativeness in Art Historical Photo Archives, provides an aid to retrieving relevant sources and assessing the textual authoritativeness – the internal grounds – of sources of attribution, and to evaluating the authoritativeness of cited scholars. The book aims to do three things: facilitate knowledge discovery in art historical photo archives, support users’ decision-making processes when evaluating contradictory attributions, and provide policies to improve the quality of information in art historical photo archives. The author’s approach is to leverage Semantic Web technologies in order to aggregate, assess, and recommend the most documented authorship attributions. At the same time, the retrieval process allows the providers of art historical data to define a low-cost data integration process with which to update and enrich their collection data. This conceptual framework for assessing questionable information will also be of value to those working in a number of other fields, such as archives, museums, and libraries, as well as to art historians.
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countries have implemented considerable measures , from and there has to be
some element of corruption to cataloging cultural objects to creating legal
journal 32/4 2007 Cataloging cultural objects : a guide to describing cultural
works and their images Murtha Baca , Patricia Harpring , Elisa Lanzi , Linda
McRae and Ann Whiteside on behalf of the Visual Resources Association
... Should I Use It? Nomenclature 4.0 for Museum Cataloging is a structured and
controlled list of object terms organized in a classification system to provide a
basis for indexing and cataloging collections of cultural objects. It was developed
Author: Paul Bourcier
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Business & Economics
Nomenclature 4.0 for Museum Cataloging is an updated and expanded edition of Robert G. Chenhall’s system for classifying human-made objects, originally published in 1978. The Chenhall system is the standard cataloging tool for thousands of museums and historical organizations across the United States and Canada. For this fourth edition, hundreds of new terms have been added, and every category, class, sub-class, and object term has been reviewed and revised as needed by a professional task force appointed by the American Association for State and Local History. This new edition features crucial revisions including: • A revised and updated users’ guide with new tips and advice • An expanded controlled vocabulary featuring nearly 950 new preferred terms • 475 more non-preferred terms in the index • An expanded and reorganized section on water transportation • Expanded coverage of exchange media, digital collections, electronic devices, archaeological and ethnographic objects, and more
Management issues related to database quality ; L106255 Cataloguing A survey
of cataloguing practices and job satisfaction in Nigerian academic libraries ;
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Cultural Materials is developed from primary resources , oral histories , and
archival materials that are pictorial ... The VRA Core is stable now and has a
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VRA Core ...
This detailed book is a “how-to” guide to building controlled vocabulary tools, cataloging and indexing cultural materials with terms and names from controlled vocabularies, and using vocabularies in search engines and databases to ...
Author: Patricia Harpring
Publisher: Getty Publications
This detailed book is a “how-to” guide to building controlled vocabulary tools, cataloging and indexing cultural materials with terms and names from controlled vocabularies, and using vocabularies in search engines and databases to enhance discovery and retrieval online. Also covered are the following: What are controlled vocabularies and why are they useful? Which vocabularies exist for cataloging art and cultural objects? How should they be integrated in a cataloging system? How should they be used for indexing and for retrieval? How should an institution construct a local authority file? The links in a controlled vocabulary ensure that relationships are defined and maintained for both cataloging and retrieval, clarifying whether a rose window and a Catherine wheel are the same thing, or how pot-metal glass is related to the more general term stained glass. The book provides organizations and individuals with a practical tool for creating and implementing vocabularies as reference tools, sources of documentation, and powerful enhancements for online searching.
CATALOGING & METADATA Cataloging Cultural Objects : Toward a Metadata
Content Standard for Libraries , Archives and ... Objects , which addresses the
need for a shared metadata content standard to a broad range of cultural
Guidelines for the Cataloging of Cultural Objects DLF joined the Getty Grant
Program in sponsoring the Visual ... The effort resulted in a manual released in
2004 that can be used to describe , document , and catalog cultural objects and
... inputthe metadata librarian then converts raw text into formal metadata , using
an array of metadata fields and thesauri as recommended by the Visual
Resource Association ' s Cataloging Cultural Objects . A record status field
allowing for a ...
Author: Miranda Beaven Remnek
Category: Social Science
Gain an up-to-date overview of the evolving nature of access to scholarly publishing and acquisitions on East Europe and Eurasia Access to East European and Eurasian Culture: Publishing, Acquisitions, Digitization, Metadata presents a wide-ranging overview of current information access issues in the Slavic and East European field. This valuable resource is a helpful guide to acquisitions from border areas less commonly covered, including Greece, Ukraine, and Central Asia. Slavic specialists will find a range of answers to some of the most salient information access issues now confronting the East European and Eurasian field. This careful selection of superb presentations from a 2006 conference on Book Arts, Culture, and Media in Russia, East Europe and Eurasia: From Print to Digital focuses on access challenges and advances in publishing, acquisitions, digitization, and metadata. Access to East European and Eurasian Culture: Publishing, Acquisitions, Digitization, Metadata provides a clear picture of the trends and technological developments now impacting library collections and acquisitions. This one expansive volume presents helpful tables with publishing statistics, lists of web sites, workflow charts and diagrams, several figures, and MARC templates. The book is extensively referenced. Topics discussed in Access to East European and Eurasian Culture: Publishing, Acquisitions, Digitization, Metadata include: publishing trends and diversification in Russia, East Europe, and Eurasia since the early 1990s access to scholarly texts from underrepresented areas in US Slavic collections Slavic studies' library acquisitions from Central Asia, Greece, and Ukraine Slavic digital access designing and maintaining large- to small-scale digital projects in the Slavic field MARC21 and XML as tools for access to Slavic metadata library-scholar collaboration in promoting digital access to Slavic scholarship Access to East European and Eurasian Culture: Publishing, Acquisitions, Digitization, Metadata is an essential resource for Slavic librarians, educators, and students who seek to improve their knowledge of new access mechanisms and technology applications in Slavic studies.
A new initiative to help the museum community address these issues is Cataloguing Cultural Objects ( CCO ) , a Visual Resources Association project
that seeks to provide standards for data content in cataloging cultural works and
Cataloging Cultural to allow for the fine - tuning necessary for traditional library or
historical archive . Even Objects : A Guide to Describing Cultural individual
institutions , while the structure planning an archive for only a single web Works
Author: Melvil Dewey
Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.
... meaning of an information commons in the practice for cataloging cultural objects and their images . library and visual ... catalog cultural objects information
commons ( the concept ; its fate today ; and the issues and their visual surrogates
Harken attended the Cataloging Cultural Objects (CCO) workshop at ALA (
American Library Association) and shared highlights of what she learned. Some
elements were incorporated into their digitization project. The library uses two ...
Author: Elaine Sanchez
Publisher: Primary Research Group Inc
Of key findings. Description of university, library, and staffing -- Cataloging productivity -- New technologies, enhancement of online catalogs -- Transition to metadata standards -- Cataloging of web sites and digital, special collections -- Library catalog/ metadata training and presentation -- Database maintenance, holdings, and physical processing -- Relationship with acquisitions departments -- Staff education -- Other issues facing library cataloging staff -- Curry College -- The University of North Dakota -- Haverford College -- University of Washington -- Yale University -- Brigham Young University -- Illinois State University -- Louisiana State University -- Pennsylvania State University.
Cataloging Correctly for Kids: An Introduction to the Tools. 4th ed. Ed. by Sheila S
. Intner, Joanna F. Fountain, and Jane E. Gilchrist. American Library Association,
2005. Paper $38. Cataloging Cultural Objects: A Guide to Describing Cultural ...
... of Cataloging Cultural Objects: A Guide to Describing Cultural Works and Their
Images (American Library Association, ... Baca has taught workshops and
seminars on metadata, visual resources cataloging, and thesaurus construction
Author: Murtha Baca
Publisher: Getty Publications
Metadata provides a means of indexing, accessing, preserving, and discovering digital resources. The volume of digital information available over electronic networks has created a pressing need for standards that assist in locating, retrieving, and managing this vast and complex universe. This revised edition of "Introduction to Metadata," first published in 1998 and updated in an online version in 2000, provides an overview of metadata--its types, roles, and characteristics; a discussion of metadata as it relates to Web resources; a description of methods, tools, standards, and protocols for publishing and disseminating digital collections; and a handy glossary. Newly added to this edition are an essay on the importance of standards-based rights metadata for cultural institutions; and a section entitled "Practical Principles for Metadata Creation and Maintenance."
The cultural heritage sector has produced several large - scale content standards
, covering the formulation of many ... Some large - scale content standards are : •
AACR2 ( http : / / www . aacr2 . org ) Cataloging Cultural Objects ( CCO ) ( http ...
Author: Muriel Foulonneau
Publisher: Chandos Publishing
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Written by two extensively experienced professionals, the book provides librarians and archivists with step-by-step guidance for defining and implementing a successful metadata strategy in an institution. The authors provide an introduction to metadata and outline key steps in system implementation, design, and interoperability, as well as forward-looking insight into the future of the field.