Happy March! Here are 10 things on the 10th:
- Research Vocabularies Australia has some fantastic resources for controlled vocabulary.
- Classic Another DAM Blog – Ten Core Characteristics of Digital Asset Management: Is it really a DAM?
- Turn of the century art posters for downloading, courtesy of NYPL.
- The Library of Congress has courtroom drawings.
- Watch John Horodyski speak about digital asset management.
- Check out this Coursera offering on Research Data Management and Sharing.
- Want to tell the world you love metadata? Here are some tees and hoodies.
- Cultural Heritage and DAMS
- Managing metadata in web-scale discovery services
- Heather Hedden on taxonomy management software.
Here is the first installment of the monthly 10 things on the 10th:
- How to choose a digital asset management (DAM) system.
- Complete beginner’s guide to information architecture.
- Getting started with graph databases.
- Controlled vocabulary for DAM.
- Coloring book pages from special collections #ColorOurCollections.
- From Ralph Windsor: the stages of DAM consciousness.
- The ASI (American Society for Indexing) conference featuring the accidental taxonomist Heather Hedden and others.
- Check out the Associated Press (AP) metadata service.
- From UCD Dublin special collections, learn about the Easter Rising.
- Todd Carpenter’s slides from Metadata, identifiers and linking content together.
Please note that 5 things may be resurrected in a few months with guest writers on an editorial rotation inspired by a great idea from Lexy Spry. Stay tuned!
Here are 5 wonderful things:
- David Bowie loved to read. More on that here.
- A commercial traveler’s journals from the Penn Libraries special collections.
- Visual storytelling and digital asset management for adventure travel.
- Semantics is not search, but it can help.
- IPTC releases results of 2016 social media sites photo metadata test.
Here are five things plus:
- Really sound advice in Another DAM Podcast’s interview with Bryan Cohen from Pfizer.
- How to conduct a card sorting study from Designmodo and Smashing Magazine.
- The graph database and the RDF database from Inside Analysis.
- Is searching the answer?
- The New York Public Library’s deep digital dive.
BONUS: From the amazing Seattle Meetup event “The Power of Process: How UX Teams Can Cover Content Strategy, with Misty Weaver,” here are some additional content strategy links:
Happy new year! Here are five things:
- Insights on DAM customer service from none other than John Horodyski.
- Are you moving assets in to a digital asset management system? Check out this great advice from Laurel Norris.
- UX trends for 2016 predicts that content strategy is the new information architecture.
- Interesting interview with Suellen Stringer-Hye, the Linked Data and Semantic Web Coordinator at Vanderbilt University libraries regarding Neo4j for digital humanities.
- From the UNLV archives, photos chronicle snow in Las Vegas.
Here are five festive things:
- What to expect from digital asset management in 2016.
- Digital asset management round-up 2015.
- Another DAM Podcast interview with the talented team from Hopkins Press.
- Metadata Matters on Evaluating Metadata Standards.
- And, because I have been thinking about file naming.