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MPDL Metadata Handling

Julia Kurt
kurt@mpdl.mpg.de



Max Planck Digital Library (MPDL)
Munich, Germany
http://mpdl.mpg.d...
MPDL Development Activites

 Development of tools and services for scholars
   ➢
       with different purposes (e.g. pub...
Metadata handling


    Definition, documentation and formalization
     ➢
         informal description of requirements
...
Needs of metadata handling

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     Definition and documentation of metadata profiles
      ➢
          Quick creation and ...
Needs of metadata handling

    Sharing and Reuse of metadata profiles
    ➢
        Discovery of related metadata profil...
Summary


We need ...
 ...quick, standardized and agile handling of metadata profiles
 …share metadata profiles and voca...
eScience Seminar



  Concept Registries and Semantic Interoperability
  Date: 22/23 October 2009
  Location: GWDG Götting...
References


   Max Planck Digital Library (MPDL): http://mpdl.mpg.de
   eResearch infrastructure development at eSciDoc...
Thank You!




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  1. 1. MPDL Metadata Handling Julia Kurt kurt@mpdl.mpg.de Max Planck Digital Library (MPDL) Munich, Germany http://mpdl.mpg.de Registry Community Workshop, 24 July 2009, York This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Germany License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/de/
  2. 2. MPDL Development Activites  Development of tools and services for scholars ➢ with different purposes (e.g. publishing, management, collaboration, sharing, preservation, etc.) ➢ different domains (e.g. Max Planck Society Sections: Chemistry, Physics and Technology, the Biology and Medicine, and the Human Sciences) ➢ Metadata for different types of resources (e.g. publications, images, TEI formatted linguistic texts, digital scans) This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Germany License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/de/
  3. 3. Metadata handling  Definition, documentation and formalization ➢ informal description of requirements ➢ metadata profiles (according to Singapore Framework), schemas (e.g. XML Schema, DSP)  Publishing of metadata profiles and schemas ➢ Profiles and schemas are public available via persistent URL ➢ e.g. PubMan Profiles: http:purl.org/escidoc/metadata/profiles/  Sharing and Reuse metadata profiles across tools and services  Maintainance – updates and versioning This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Germany License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/de/
  4. 4. Needs of metadata handling  Definition and documentation of metadata profiles ➢ Quick creation and maintainance of many metadata profiles ➢ Metadata definition in a formal and standardized way (e.g. according to Singapore Framework) ➢ Versioning of metadata profiles  Publishing of metadata profiles ➢ Make metadata profiles public and long term available Name 23.07.09
  5. 5. Needs of metadata handling  Sharing and Reuse of metadata profiles ➢ Discovery of related metadata profiles and vocabulary terms ➢ metadata profiles and vocabularies registry ➢ Shape metadata profiles with community feedback  Maintainance of metadata profiles ➢ Tools for handling metadata profile versions ➢ Tools enabled for working with various metadata profile versions at the same time Name 23.07.09
  6. 6. Summary We need ...  ...quick, standardized and agile handling of metadata profiles  …share metadata profiles and vocabularies with the community  …get feedback from the community Name 23.07.09
  7. 7. eScience Seminar Concept Registries and Semantic Interoperability Date: 22/23 October 2009 Location: GWDG Göttingen, Germany Website: http://escience.mpg.de/thema093_en.html mail: mpg-escience[at]mpdl.mpg.de Name 23.07.09
  8. 8. References  Max Planck Digital Library (MPDL): http://mpdl.mpg.de  eResearch infrastructure development at eSciDoc project: http://escidoc-project.org  Collaborative projects with MPDL: DARIAH, PEER and more: http://www.mpdl.mpg.de/main/projects_en.htm  MPS eScience Seminars 2009: http://escience.mpg.de/thema093_en.html This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Germany License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/de/
  9. 9. Thank You! Name 23.07.09
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