From Metadata to Environment Information

Title:

From Metadata to Environment Information

Access Right:

Open Access

Owner:

Fabio Corubolo, Anna-Grit Eggers, PERICLES

Created on:

10/06/2016

Language:

English

Keywords:

Access, Metadata extraction, Metadata processing, Search, Share, Standards and frameworks

Contributor:

Christine Sauter

Date:

17/01/2017

Metrics:

421 views , 8 Downloads
Extraction from a project deliverable, collated to explain different types or sources for metadata that might be relevant for preservation, access and re-use of digital objects.

Expected learning outcomes

Understanding different perspectives taken with regards to information on the digital object.

What is the target audience?

Professionals and prospective professionals in the field of data curation, repository management and digital preservation.

Producers/depositors of digital content.

Researchers exploring solutions for data management and digital preservation

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 and cataloguing

Material chapters

Metadata

Significant Properties (SP)

Contextual Metadata

Environment Information

Time required for completion

30 min reading

​Supplementary reading

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