Jody, Dodie, and others
If you are teaching Dublin Core, as such, can I suggest you look at
the resources on the Dublin Core site, esp. including the tutorials
from our conferences, and that you discuss the possibilities with
others on the DC-General email list?
If you are working on materials that specifically relate tags to
Dublin Core, this email list will be the relevant one.
On 01/06/2007, at 1:58 AM, Gaudet, Dodie wrote:
> Hi Jody:
> I'm always open to suggestions. I've attached the handouts I created.
> I had to keep everything very simple since I'm working with a lot of
> people who are enthusiastic but don't have lots of time to spend on
> and are often untrained when it comes to cataloging. My collaborators
> and I agreed on some standards for consistency.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: DCMI Social Tagging Community
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Jody Perkins
> Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2007 11:05 AM
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> Subject: Re: Teaching Dublin Core
> Hi Dodie,
> I would be very interested in taking a look at your materials.
> I have nothing of my own to share at the moment I would be willing to
> give you some feedback and send links to some resources I've found on
> the web.
> At 09:40 AM 5/30/2007 -0400, you wrote:
>> Hello everyone:
>> I have been involved in a collaborative digitization project in
>> Massachusetts called Digital Treasures http://dlib.cwmars.org/
>> I learned Dublin Core so that I could teach it to the libraries
>> participating in the project. I found some very helpful sites
>> (such as
>> Dublin Core Metadata Best Practices from the Collaborative
>> Program http://www.cdpheritage.org/cdp/documents/CDPDCMBP.pdf) but
>> have far more detail than was needed for Digital Treasures.
>> I've developed a set of very simple handouts to guide library
>> staff in
>> describing their items and I'm willing to share these with anyone
>> interested. Since I'm always looking to improve my own handouts, I'd
>> be very grateful if others have something similar to share, even
>> documents with lots of detail.
>> Thanks for your help.
>> Dodie Gaudet, MSLS
>> Bibliographic & Technical Services Consultant Central Mass. Regional
>> Library System
>> 8 Flagg Road
>> Shrewsbury MA 01545-4665
>> 508-757-4110 x307
>> [log in to unmask]
> Jody Perkins
> Metadata Librarian
> Miami University Libraries
> 303 King Library
> Oxford, OH 45056
> PH: 513.529.0135
> Fax: 513.529.1719
> <Dublin Core Outline.doc>
> <Dublin Core Elements.doc>
> <Using the Library of Congress Authority files.doc>