XML for Catalogers and Metadata Librarians

Research output: Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook

Abstract

How are today's librarians to manage and describe the ever-expanding volumes of resources, in both digital and print formats? The use of XML in cataloging and metadata workflows can improve metadata quality, the consistency of cataloging workflows, and adherence to standards. This book is intended to enable current and future catalogers and metadata librarians to progress beyond a bare surface-level acquaintance with XML, thereby enabling them to integrate XML technologies more fully into their cataloging workflows.

Building on the wealth of work on library descriptive practices, cataloging, and metadata, XML for Catalogers and Metadata Librarians explores the use of XML to serialize, process, share, and manage library catalog and metadata records. The authors' expert treatment of the topic is written to be accessible to those with little or no prior practical knowledge of or experience with how XML is used. Readers will gain an educated appreciation of the nuances of XML and grasp the benefit of more advanced and complex XML techniques as applied to applications relevant to catalogers and metadata librarians.
Original languageEnglish (US)
PublisherLibraries Unlimited
Number of pages385
ISBN (Electronic)9781610692915, 9781306087889
StatePublished - 2013

Publication series

NameThird Millennium Cataloging

Fingerprint

Dive into the research topics of 'XML for Catalogers and Metadata Librarians'. Together they form a unique fingerprint.

Cite this