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Riley, Jenn. "Sheet Music Consortium: Tools for Data Providers." Music Library Association Annual Meeting, February 11, 2011, Philadelphia, PA.

Riley, Jenn. "Sheet Music Consortium: Tools for Data Providers." Music Library Association Annual Meeting, February 11, 2011, Philadelphia, PA.

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  • For those just getting startedDon’t have to follow, but a guide to good practiceGoal is to show you the functionality that’s possible by following a certain recommendationBased on shareable metadata principlesWill be released “soon”
  • This one is more functionality oriented
  • Remember, doesn’t have to be digitized collectionAlternative to oai-pmh, for example if you don’t have your sm in contentdmTool based on emory code (show link)In final testing, will be stable public release soonCan update any time you want
  • Development startedDon’t “have” to pass – just informativeWill be available both as part of mapping tool and separately

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  • Sheet Music Consortium: Tools for Data Providers Jenn Riley Head, Carolina Digital Library and Archives The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (formerly co-PI on SMC project at Indiana University)
  • MLA 2011 2/11/11 Metadata guidelines (in progress) 2
  • MLA 2011 2/11/11 Metadata guidelines (in progress) 3
  • How OAI-PMH works MODS QDC MODS Stand-alone OAI data provider DC MARCXML VRA 2010 MARCXML OAI Harvester DC 3/18/2010 OAI data provider module Transformation Metadata creation system QDC Static Repository Gateway Metadata creation system/workfl ow Transformation Metadata creation module Transformation Digital asset management system
  • MLA 2011 2/11/11 Online data mapping tool 5
  • MLA 2011 2/11/11 Output of mapping tool 6
  • MLA 2011 2/11/11 Registering your XML file 7
  • MLA 2011 • Most important elements present (title, name, date, subject) • Conformance to a CV indicated where browse indexes are planned • Basic record integrity (maybe) • Correct patterns for dates, URLs, etc • Highlight which data elements will be indexed 2/11/11 “Report card” checks planned 8
  • MLA 2011 2/11/11 Might look something like… 9
  • Thank you! MLA 2011 • Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting: http://www.openarchives.org • Sheet Music Consortium OAI-PMH Static Repository Gateway (where you register a Static Repository File): http://oaigateway.library.ucla.edu/ (in development) • Sheet Music Consortium Metadata Mapping Tool: http://www.dlib.indiana.edu/smcmigrator (in development) • Emory Metadata Migrator on which SMC Mapping Tool is built: http://www.metascholar.org/sw/mm/ 2/11/11 Some helpful URLs 10