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… Continue reading 10 ThingsThursday: DAM, Art Posters, Research, Metadata T-Shirts
We're crazy for slide shows this week at Mod Librarian. Here are five things: Amazing slides from Val Swisher on the crossroad of controlled vocabulary - taxonomy and terminology. Reminder to check out Tim Strehle's fabulous resource PlanetDAM. The art and science of developing an enterprise content strategy. More great slides from Pip Willcox on… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: PlanetDAM, Content Strategy, Taxonomy and Terminology
Here are five more things: Getting a crash course in organizing information at Taxonomy Boot Camp. Another DAM Podcast talks to Frank DeCarlo about pre-media. What is search-based architecture? The Carl Sagan collection. Should libraries think more like entrepreneurs? BONUS: Use cases for graph databases.
Here are five things: Another DAM Podcast interview with Jade Jourdan of Edwards Lifesciences. The taxonomy behind The Toast. A long and informative read on the sustainability of digitized special collections. Why your next big database decision may be a graph. Lots of buzz about the importance of cultural fit in hiring.
Here are five exciting things: Clear and interesting article on "Building a Graph Database on AWS Using Amazon DynamoDB and Titan." Some awesome cats in "Beckett, Books and Biscuits: University of Reading Special Collections." An Introduction to Bloom's Taxonomy for Instructional Designers Another DAM Podcast interview with Nila Bernstengel on Digital Asset Management And did… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: Titan Graph Database, DAM, Taxonomy and Cats
Here are five things: Installment two in planning a taxonomy project. Another DAM Podcast talks to Mikako Ito of simplehuman. Ralph Windsor on the fork in the road of DAM innovation. The Boston Public Library fires employee who misfiled valuable prints. Music metadata made easy.
While I am on a beach in Santa Cruz, you can read about these five things: Another DAM Podcast talks to Julia Thompson from UNICEF. Building the business case for taxonomy. What is the role of taxonomy in web experience? Do you need people to run a DAM system? Some tips for marketing your special… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: Taxonomy, DAM and Special Collections