Here are five amazing things to knock your socks off this week: Did you ever see an RFID book sorting system in action? Here is the one used at the Central location of The Seattle Public Library as well as some stats and information. Ian Matzen compiled some information on describing digital video which is… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: DAM, SPL Book Sorting, Digital Video
Here are five things: Interesting Slideshare on DAM for Museums by Andrew Lewis from the Victoria and Albert Museum. From the OCLC Research blog, Hanging Together, two exceptional posts - one on Harvesting Book Metadata and the other on Metadata for Digital Objects. Check out this panel of digital asset management rockstars - video of… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: DAM, Metadata, Archives and Holidays
Here are five autumn information things: Read the latest blog post from the accidental taxonomist Heather Hedden on Taxonomies and Text Analytics Compared. Want access to a bunch of amazing presentations and papers from a recent Dublin Core (DCMI) conference? Check it out here. Why do we need digital asset management now more than ever?… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: Taxonomy, Dublin Core, Grants, InfoCamp!
Here are five things I find interesting: What is a MOOC? A massive open online course, of course. Read about the New Librarianship MOOC here on Hack Library School. I think I want to take this course immediately. How can DAM interact with social media platforms? DAMNEWS examines the perils and benefits of employing DAM… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: MOOC, DAM, Digital Preservation
I thought I would hook everyone with acronyms in the headline... Here are more than 5 things to think about in the sunshine. Great article on The Signal regarding resolution for digital preservation. Features a discussion between David Riecks and Barry Wheeler. Who wouldn't like an infographic on Digital Asset Management? Comparing ISBN API's from… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: DPI, DAM, ISBN API, LR
Here are brief reports on three vendors I visited during the ALA Mid-Winter conference that offer really great services for collection management and digitization. Sustainable Collection Services : this innovative company takes an unglamorous yet ...
I visited the Ex Libris booth at the ALA Mid-Winter conference because I was interested in learning more about Rosetta - a digital preservation system. Coming from the digital asset management side of things, this product seems to incorporate all ...