The Future of Enriched, Linked, Open and Filtered Metadata

Making Sense of IFLA LRM, RDA, Linked Data and BIBFRAME
 
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Short description:

Getaneh Alemu is Cataloguing and Metadata Librarian at Solent University where he manages a team of cataloguers with responsibility for providing accurate and usable metadata for the university. As part of his work at Solent Library, he introduced innovative approaches to cataloguing including writing cataloguing workflows, RDA templates and normalisation rules. He holds a PhD from the University of Portsmouth where he developed a theory of metadata enriching and filtering using a grounded theory method. Getaneh is author of An Emergent Theory of Digital Library Metadata: Enrich then Filter (2015) and has published more than 20 peer-reviewed articles on metadata, digital libraries and Web 2.0 technologies. He served as a member of IFLA?s Linked Data Technical Sub-Committee (LIDATEC) and is an editorial board member of the Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, International Journal of Metadata, Semantics and Ontologies, and Journal of Digital Library Perspectives. As an honorary tutor at the Centre for Archives and Information Studies (CAIS) at the University of Dundee, Getaneh also teaches a module on metadata standards and information taxonomies.

Long description:

It is a comprehensive and accessible guide to creating accurate, consistent, complete, user-centred and quality metadata that supports the user tasks of finding, identifying, selecting, obtaining and exploring information resources. The book applies examples using MARC21, RDA, FRBR, BIBFRAME, subject headings and name authorities.

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It is a comprehensive and accessible guide to creating accurate, consistent, complete, user
-centred and quality metadata that supports the user tasks of finding, identifying, selecting, obtaining and exploring information resources. The book applies examples using MARC21, RDA, FRBR, BIBFRAME, subject headings and name authorities.