Metadata Fundamentals for All LibrariansBook - 2003
Metadata, or data about data, is used to organize and access information in an effective way. From cataloguing to organizing archives, metadata helps front-line librarians provide customers with a direct path to information. In this text, Priscilla Caplan presents a comprehensive description of the various forms of metadata, its applications, and how librarians can put it to work.
Publisher: Chicago : American Library Association, 2003
Characteristics: ix, 192 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm