Metadata in an Ecosystem of Presentation Dissemination

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Developing and managing local practices about metadata implementation (desired quality, workflow, support tools, guidelines, and vocabularies) and about metadata exposure (supported standards, and pre-exposure transformations) requires an ability to understand and communicate the specific complex settings in which the metadata, resources, and users exist. Developing such an understanding is often informed by an implicit or explicit conceptual model. This poster presents an ecologically influenced view of a researcher seeking to disseminate and store their presentations.

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R John Robertson
Phil Barker
Mahendra Mahey

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Robertson, R., Barker, P., & Mahey, M. (2008). Metadata in an Ecosystem of Presentation Dissemination. International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications, 2008.

DOI : 10.23106/dcmi.952109375

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