For this project, Micaela Walker obtained an orphaned set of 35mm slides from a junk store. The slides depict family photos from the mid / late 20th century and contained very little information to identify or describe them. Using strong research skills and following best practices, Ms. Walker successfully digitized and cataloged these images, effectively demonstrating what insights can be gleaned from anonymous, abandoned materials.
Conference-style presentation describing team work on a metadata application profile and metadata entry form for electronic theses and dissertations. The presentation provides an overview of the materials produced and reflection on the process/lessons learned.
A Grave Situation for Archives Institutions which contain specialized archives may face funding challenges. As a result, these institutions may become understaffed or become incapable of offering access…
FRBRization of records shows great promise in improving the user experience and discovery of resources. This is particularly true in the music domain, where instances of the same work may appear in a variety of formats. FRBR allows for the collocation of records from a work-centered approach.
This brief paper will seek to discuss the origins of EAD and to determine what it is that makes EAD so divisive even twenty years after its development and seventeen years after its official release.
Title: Research, Documentation and Metadata Aspects of the JDC Oral History Project Presenter: Deimosa Webber-Bey, firstname.lastname@example.org Presentation Type: 4-minute Lightning Talk Description: In this lightning talk, Deimosa Webber-Bey…