ALCTS, ALCTS_CMMS, ALCTS_CRS
Meeting at 8:30, followed by two programs at 9:00:
Principles for Evaluating Metadata Standards
Presenters: Jennifer Liss and Kevin Clair
Jennifer Liss and Kevin Clair of the ALCTS/LITA Metadata Standards Committee (MSC) will be presenting the draft document, Principles for Evaluating Metadata Standards.The document is intended for use by libraries, archives, and museum (LAM) communities for the development, maintenance, governance, selection, use, and assessment of metadata standards. The MSC welcomes feedback on the draft Principles document at the Metadata Interest Group meeting, the Metadata Standards Committee meeting, or at http://metaware.buzz.
Rightsstatements.org: An International Framework for Standardized Rights Statements for Cultural Heritage
Presenters: Emily Gore
An international committee with representatives from the Digital Public Library of America, Europeana and Creative Commons have developed a set of standardized rights statements for digital cultural heritage materials to be available as URIs along with additional technical requirements for implementation. The work of the committee, the recommended statements and the upcoming launch of rightsstatements.org will be discussed. It is anticipated that a first-look preview of the rightsstatements.org site will be demonstrated for the audience. Rightsstatements.org is expected to launch in early 2016.
Meeting Type: Discussion/Interest Group
Content Area: Transforming: E-Books & Collections
Interests: Cataloging, Digitial Libraries, Guidelines and Standards, Integrated Library Systems (ILS), Metadata, RDA
Library Type: Academic, Corporate, Government, Law, Medical, Public, Research Library, School/Media Center, Special
Sponsors: ALCTS, ALCTS_CMMS, ALCTS_CRS
Cost: Included with full conference registration.