This session will explore the advantages offered by an implementation of MODS as the primary descriptive metadata schema for a digital library’s collections and items.
As libraries begin to employ more metadata professionals, there comes a need to develop a team environment.
Learn more about Berry College Memorial Library’s attempt to identify useful performance metrics for e-resources.
While deselection is not a new concept to libraries, it is not often a top priority.
Catalogs can be filled with a large amount of diverse records. Some libraries are in need of different, better ways to use catalog data to illustrate facts.
In 2017, The Ohio State University’s Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity released Free to Ride, a feature-length documentary about Leaders for Equality and Action (LEAD), a coalition who fought for free public transit in Dayton, Ohio.
Since 2015, Ottenheimer library has dismantled the traditional public services/technical services division.
Colorado State University Libraries has developed an innovative workflow for treating monographs which arrive in the Preservation Lab from the general collections.
Before implementing EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS), we were not aware of potential issues with our MARC records and how they would display in Discovery.
When faced with the prospect of manually uploading thousands of collection objects into our digital repository, we created a workflow that allows us to take a metadata spreadsheet containing thousands of rows and transform it into a series of MODS XML files, using OpenRefine’s templating tool.