What does it mean to adopt a metadata standard? A case study of Omeka and the Dublin Core
作者: Deborah MaronMelanie Feinberg
作者单位: 1School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill , Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA
2School of Library and Information Science (SILS), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill , Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA
刊名: Journal of Documentation, 2018, Vol.74 (4), pp.674-691
来源数据库: Emerald Journal
DOI: 10.1108/JD-06-2017-0095
关键词: Digital librariesClassificationGeneration and dissemination of informationWritten communicationsStandardsCommunicationInformation studiesBibliographic systems
原始语种摘要: Purpose(#br)The purpose of this paper is to employ a case study of the Omeka content management system to demonstrate how the adoption and implementation of a metadata standard (in this case, Dublin Core) can result in contrasting rhetorical arguments regarding metadata utility, quality, and reliability. In the Omeka example, the author illustrate a conceptual disconnect in how two metadata stakeholders – standards creators and standards users – operationalize metadata quality. For standards creators such as the Dublin Core community, metadata quality involves implementing a standard properly, according to established usage principles; in contrast, for standards users like Omeka, metadata quality involves mere adoption of the standard, with little consideration of proper usage and...
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  • standard 标准
  • adopt 采纳
  • Core 核心
  • metadata 元数据
  • quality 品质
  • implementation 执行
  • usage 使用率
  • system 
  • community 群落
  • information 报告