Here are five things including one tip on working smarter: Another DAM Podcast talks to Kenneth Wilson from Kohler. Read about the next steps of DAM consciousness. Wow - an entire conference devoted to Dublin Core. Fascinating artifacts from the New York Historical Society about tea. Work Smarter Tip: 10 ways to deal with email… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: DAM, Dublin Core, Tea and Email
Here are this week's five things: Is your DAM secure? Henrik de Gyor asks some tough questions... David Diamond with astute DAM observations. Jeff Lawrence on the balance between cloud and in-house DAM. Need to classify some 3-D objects like quilts? Use Dublin Core. Nice digital finding aid for the NYPL Rare Book Division Comic… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: DAM, Dublin Core, Comic Books
Here are five more things plus for this week: ASMP's guide to keywording for photographers. Very thorough! Tons of presentations and information from this year's Dublin Core Metadata Initiative conference. Digital asset management as medication. Build a business case for DAM. Is the future of special collections community? BONUS: If you can sit through the… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: Keywords, Dublin Core, DAM
Five more things: Indiana University Libraries launches digital exhibition of World War II propaganda films. Hack Library School interviews two librarians regarding cataloging and metadata. Most important point is that knowing where and how to find the information (like RDA toolkit and other resources) is more important than knowing it all right out of the… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: Dublin Core, Digital Images, WWII Films, Cataloging
Here are five more things: How should you prepare for digital asset management? More DAM tips from Electric Lane's Sarah Saunders, DAM Guru. Another lovely CONTENTdm collection - 19th Century Political Ballots from Boston Athenaeum. This introduction to metadata piece discusses Dublin Core and MODs in a tidy fashion. What are the best Twitter hashtags… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: DAM, Twitter, Metadata
Here are more than five things to keep you informed this week: My library, the Central location of The Seattle Public Library made it onto two lists recently - American Public Libraries Great and Small from The New Yorker and Stunning Libraries from Around the World from The Guardian. It really is spectacular. This Dublin… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: Cool Libraries, Dublin Core, Bookbinding
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 more things: Check out Artists' Books Online - designed to promote critical engagement with artists books and to provide access to a digital repository of metadata, scans, and commentary. The project serves several different communit...
Although I did not attend Taxonomy Bootcamp in Washington, DC last week, I learned a lot about it on Twitter by searching the hashtag #taxoBC. One of the most useful related posts is by Heather Hedden, the undisputed expert on taxonomy. In her pos...
Here are five things for this crisp autumn week: Learn about the data triplets in relation to research and surveys. Apparently, paradata refers to the way data was collected - for example, the amount of time it takes a survey participant to answer...