Digital Humanities and Metadata: Linking the Past to the Digital Future

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The purpose of this poster is to highlight cross-domain metadata uses, metadata mapping, and success measures at the Ryerson University Library and Archives. The Library is highly involved in Ryerson-based proposals for interdisciplinary projects, especially in the Digital Humanities. Designing an online environment for the preservation and analysis of illustrated texts for children and Canadiana is a collaborative effort that involves cataloguing, metadata mapping, digitization, and website design.

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Marina Morgan
Ryerson University, CA
M. J. Suhonos
Ryerson University, CA
Fangmin Wang
Ryerson University, CA

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Morgan, M., Suhonos, M., & Wang, F. (2013). Digital Humanities and Metadata: Linking the Past to the Digital Future. International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications, 2013.

DOI : 10.23106/dcmi.952136357

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