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VRA 2012, Cataloging Case Studies, Cataloging in the Cloud

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Presented by Elizabeth Berenz and Ann Burns at the Annual Conference of the Visual Resources Association, April 18th - April 21st, 2012, in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

The Cataloguing Case Studies session will explore metadata migration, workflows, cloud computing, and tagging and how they can be applied to digital collections. Mary Alexander of the University of Alabama will present on the second of two migrations that have taken place at the University of Alabama Libraries and the importance of metadata schema and workflows in that process. Joshua Polansky of the University of Washington will describe his automated workflow using optical character recognition (OCR), Apple Automator, and Microsoft Excel to speed the process of collecting metadata for 75,000 digital assets. Elizabeth Berenz of ARTstor will look at the advantages of cloud based software for image management using Shared Shelf as a working example. And finally Ian McDermott will demonstrate the advantages of expert tagging and annotation in improving metadata. His presentation will focus on two ARTstor collections that could benefit from the knowledge of the larger ARTstor community: the Gernsheim Photographic Corpus of Drawings and the Larry Qualls Archive of contemporary art exhibitions.

MODERATOR:
Jeannine Keefer, University of Richmond, VA

PRESENTERS:
Mary Alexander, University of Alabama
Elizabeth Berenz, ARTstor
Ian McDermott, ARTstor
Joshua Polansky, University of Washington

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VRA 2012, Cataloging Case Studies, Cataloging in the Cloud

  1. 1. Cataloging in the Cloud:Shared Shelf andArchaeoCoreElizabeth Berenz, ARTstorAnn Burns, University of Virginia
  2. 2. Potsherds from ThebesPhotographed by Lucie Stylianopoulos, 2009
  3. 3. Lots of Documentation Models• CIDOC CRM: Conceptual Reference Model (ISO 21127)• CIDOC CRM Core• LIDO: Lightweight Information Describing Objects (CIDOC Lite)• DAACS: Digital Archaeological Archive of Comparative Slavery• MIDAS: A Manual and Data Standard for Monument Inventories• SPECTRUM: Documentation Standard for Museums• ICOM AFRIDOC: Handbook of Standards Documenting African Collections• CDWA and CDWA Lite• CCO• VRA Core• CHIN Data Dictionaries• OBJECT ID
  4. 4. http://www2.lib.virginia.edu/exhibits/#flowerdew http://www.nps.gov/nr/travel/jamesriver/flo.htm
  5. 5. http://www.doaks.org/ http://robertvannicearchive.wordpress.com/
  6. 6. Fresco with seatedwoman playing akithara (lyre)-- Roman LateRepublican, ca. 40-30BCE, MetropolitanMuseum of Art
  7. 7. Thebes Ephoreia worksite, Greece, Summer 2009 Photographed by Lucie StylianopoulosOpen vessel sherd, Venetianmarbleware, 16th c., House ofKadmos site, Thebes, GreecePhotographed by Lucie Stylianopoulos
  8. 8. Arnold Watiem, Papua New Guinea, 1998—photographed by Lise Dobrin
  9. 9. Earth with continent of Africa in view, Apollo-Saturn 17, December 1972 – UVa Library Kore Collection, ARTstor (NASA image)

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