Cataloging and Metadata for Moving Images- AMIA Workshop

Alicia Kubes (alicia.kubes@nyu.edu)
Tue, 27 Mar 2007 09:35:33 -0400

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The Association of Moving Image Archivists presents:=20

Cataloging & Metadata=20
for Moving Images

Regional Workshop
May 18-19, 2007
New York, NY=20

Libraries, archives, and museums take in a wide variety of moving =
images (film, video, digital files). What are the challenges to =
organizing and providing access to these resources? Learn what =
traditional and emerging standards have developed in both the =
bibliographic and archival domains and how they can be applied to moving =
images. Gain a basic understanding of the types of metadata necessary to =
a well-maintained collection.=20

This 2-day workshop is unique in its mindful synthesis of metadata and =
cataloging concepts to provide a greater understanding of the =
foundations of metadata practice and the application of cataloging =
principles to all types of moving image resources amidst rapidly =
changing production environments and evolving technologies.=20

Topics include

a.. the librarian in digital asset management=20
b.. comparison of cataloging and metadata=20
c.. introductory principles=20
d.. the value of standards=20
e.. management of resources through their life cycles=20
f.. descriptive, administrative/preservation, and rights management =
metadata=20
g.. data models=20
h.. content standards=20
i.. vocabularies and classification=20
j.. local and international standard identifiers, including ISAN=20
k.. collection-level description=20
l.. setting cataloging priorities=20
m.. resource management and cataloging workflow=20
n.. choosing a system=20
Audience

This workshop is designed for people working in libraries, museums, =
archives, studios or anyone else who want to develop better skills in =
organizing and providing access to moving image materials. All =
participants are asked to review the Moving Image Collections (MIC) =
Cataloging and Metadata Portal prior to arrival: =
http://mic.imtc.gatech.edu/catalogers_portal/cat_index.htm.=20

For more information on this program and registration, please visit =
http://www.amianet.org/events/2007_workshop_cm101.htm

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The Association of Moving Image Archivists presents:=20

Cataloging & Metadata
for Moving Images

Regional Workshop
May 18-19, 2007
New = York, NY=20

Libraries, archives, = and museums=20 take in a wide variety of moving images (film, video, digital files). = What are=20 the challenges to organizing and providing access to these resources? = Learn=20 what traditional and emerging standards have developed in both the=20 bibliographic and archival domains and how they can be applied to = moving=20 images. Gain a basic understanding of the types of metadata necessary = to a=20 well-maintained collection.

This 2-day workshop is = unique in=20 its mindful synthesis of metadata and cataloging concepts to provide a = greater=20 understanding of the foundations of metadata practice and the = application of=20 cataloging principles to all types of moving image resources amidst = rapidly=20 changing production environments and evolving technologies. =

Topics = include

Audience

This=20 workshop is designed for people working in libraries, museums, = archives,=20 studios or anyone else who want to develop better skills in organizing = and=20 providing access to moving image materials. All participants are asked = to=20 review the Moving Image Collections (MIC) Cataloging and Metadata = Portal prior=20 to arrival: http:= //mic.imtc.gatech.edu/catalogers_portal/cat_index.htm.=20

For more information on this program and registration, = please=20 visit http://www= .amianet.org/events/2007_workshop_cm101.htm

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