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An overview of the DataCite Metadata Version 3.0, presented at the 2013 DataCite Summer Meeting in Washington, DC, September 19, 2013, by Joan Starr, Chair of the Metadata Working Group

An overview of the DataCite Metadata Version 3.0, presented at the 2013 DataCite Summer Meeting in Washington, DC, September 19, 2013, by Joan Starr, Chair of the Metadata Working Group

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  • Representatives from 10 DataCite member organizations.On July 25, we released Version 3.0 of the DataCite Metadata Schema. In the next few minutes, I’ll highlight a few of the key changes this version introduces and let you know how to get more information.
  • With this version, we’re implementing an ISO standard for date range depiction, and this allows you to easily submit a range for any one of the date types you might want to use. RKMS-ISO8601 standard. A range is indicated as follows: 2004-03-02/2005-06-02The standard is documented here: http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/metadata/dcmi/collection-RKMS-ISO8601/
  • Spatial region or named place where the data was gathered or about which the data is focused. You can now submit simple BOX, and or POINT metadata. You can describe this with free text. You can also use the free text option as a stand alone.Use WGS 84 (World Geodetic System) coordinates.
  • HasMetadata andIsMetadataFor; added to the schema as the result of working with one of GESIS’s clients. We think this will be of potential benefit to lots of clients.
  • Image source:http://www.flickr.com/photos/callumscott2/280532292 By Callum ScottFor all the lists of with more than 3 members, we provide an appendix with full descriptions and usage notes. On the Schema website, we’ve provided 10 full records as examples, and they demonstrate different characteristics.The recommended set is the key to the Thomson Reuters indexing we heard about yesterday. Please encourage all your clients to submit as much of this special subset of the optional metadata as they have available to them.
  • We want to hear from you, so please join the Google Group and tell us your ideas, suggestions, questions, etc.
  • We’ve added a number of smaller details, such as new options in the controlled lists for various properties, so I urge you to add the DataCite Metadata Documentation to your reading list.

DataCite Metadata 3.0 DataCite Metadata 3.0 Presentation Transcript

  • DataCite Metadata V 3.0 Joan Starr DataCite Summer Meeting 2013
  • A working Working Group! British Library Jan Ashton Elizabeth Newbold California Digital Library Joan Starr, Chair CISTI Lynne McAvoy GESIS Natalija Schleinstein Inist-CNRS Marie-Christine Jacquemot-Perbal OSTI/DOE Jannean Elliott Purdue University Library Amy Barton SND Merja Karjalainen TIB Sebastian Peters, Liaison to Technical Team Frauke Ziedorn, Metadata Coordinator TU Delft Madeleine de Smaele
  • New in V 3.0 Better support for dates (& time) Image source: http://farm1.staticflickr.com/124/366190064_8114b4e55d_z.jpg
  • New in V 3.0 Courtesy of UCLA, Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library http://content.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/hb158007bn/?order=1 Support for geospatial information (via a new field called GeoLocation)
  • New in V. 3.0 Additional metadata if you choose! Image source: http://farm1.staticflickr.com/235/3264565204_daab69093c_b.jpg
  • New in V 3.0 Bigimprovements to the documentation: • Tons of examples • Lots of detail • Recommended
  • Details, details! PROPERTY M/R Identifier (DOI) Mandatory Creator M Title M Publisher M Publication Year M Subject Recommended Contributor R Date R Resource Type R Related Identifier R Description R GeoLocation R (Abstract)
  • And now, over to you! Image courtesy of Oxnard Public Library, http://content.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/kt6c600758
  • More information • Schema: • Documentation: • Metadata Discussion Forum… http://schema.datacite.org https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en#!forum/datacite-metadata
  • email twitter slides joan.starr@ucop.edu @joan_starr slideshare.net/joanstarr