Expected learning outcomes
Understanding different approaches with regard to annotating the digital object.
What is the target audience?
- Digital Preservation professionals and students who are interested in learning more about cutting edge technologies in this area, but who are ultimately interested in the application of these tools into their own work.
- Researchers exploring solutions for data management, digital preservation and image annotation
- Teachers/trainers in this field
- Solution providers for organisations in demand of solutions for data / repository management and digital preservation
Level of advancement/ prerequisites
Basic understanding of metadata
- Why annotate objects?
- Approaches to annotation
- Challenges of annotation
Time required for completion15 min
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