Metadata Harmonization: Making Standards Work Together
March 16, 2011
1:00 - 2:30 p.m. (Eastern Time)
- About the Webinar
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About the Webinar
Metadata plays an increasingly central role as a tool enabling the large-scale, distributed management of resources. However, metadata communities which have traditionally worked in relative isolation have struggled to make their specifications interoperate with others in the shared web environment.
This webinar explores how metadata standards with significantly different characteristics can productively coexist and how previously isolated metadata communities can work towards harmonization. The webinar presents a solution-oriented analysis of current issues in metadata harmonization with a focus on specifications of importance to the learning technology and library environments, notably Dublin Core, IEEE Learning Object Metadata, and W3C's Resource Description Framework. Providing concrete illustrations of harmonization problems and a roadmap for designing metadata for maximum interoperability, this webinar will provide a bird's-eye perspective on the respective roles of metadata syntaxes, formats, semantics, abstract models, vocabularies, and application profiles in achieving metadata harmonization.
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Makx Dekkers, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, has been the Managing Director of DCMI since March 2001. His main areas of interest and experience are development, interoperability and management of metadata solutions, both from a strategic as well as a technical perspective.
Mikael Nilsson, a PhD in media technology from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, has extensive expertise in metadata standardization and interoperability, particularly at the crossroads between the Dublin Core, World Wide Web Consortium, and IEEE Learning Object Metadata communities.
Thomas Baker, Chief Information Officer of the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative, was recently co-chair of the W3C Semantic Web Deployment Working Group and currently co-chairs a W3C Incubator Group on Library Linked Data.
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Registration closes on March 16, 2011 at 12:00 pm Eastern.
- NISO Member
- $89.00 (US and Canada)
- $104.00 (International)
- DCMI Member
- $119.00 (US and Canada)
- $144.00 (International)
- Student (US and Canada)
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