The Canadian Virtual Health Library / Bibliothèque virtuelle canadienne de la santé:   ... cataloguing “Free” Internet Res...
What is the Web Content / Expert Panel?   Expert Health Librarian Panel for CVHL / BVCS Free Content Natalie Clairoux, Tom...
What are our goals? <ul><li>The overall goal of the CVHL / BVCS Content Strategy is to help lead Canadian health professio...
Why Use Dublin Core?   “… the scope of Dublin Core is specifically designed to provide a metadata vocabulary of &quot;core...
What is Dublin Core?   ..defined as &quot;fifteen metadata elements for resource description in a cross-disciplinary infor...
Dublin &quot;Core&quot; Attributes / 15 Elements for CVHL Records 2011 {{ |title= |creator= |subject= (MeSH; repeatable fi...
{{ |title=   |creator= |subject= |description= |publisher= |contributor= |date= |type= |format= |identifier= |source= |lan...
{{ |title=                 AboutKidsHealth!  Trusted answers from The Hospital for Sick Children |creator=           Revie...
Disclaimer     &quot;Great care has been taken in the preparation and selection of information provided on this site. We c...
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Dublin Core: 15 Elements for CVHL

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This ppt presentation is a synopsis of work to date for the Canadian Virtual Health Library / Bibliothèque virtuelle canadienne de la santé (CVHL / BVCS) "Expert Panel". Please see embedded links for additional information.

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Dublin Core: 15 Elements for CVHL

  1. 1. The Canadian Virtual Health Library / Bibliothèque virtuelle canadienne de la santé: ... cataloguing “Free” Internet Resources using Simplified Dublin Core as our guiding template Expert Health Librarian Panel for CVHL / BVCS Free Content Natalie Clairoux, Tom Flemming [retired], Dean Giustini, Jennifer Bayne, Wendy Stark, Vivien Stieda, January 2011
  2. 2. What is the Web Content / Expert Panel? Expert Health Librarian Panel for CVHL / BVCS Free Content Natalie Clairoux, Tom Flemming [retired], Dean Giustini, Jennifer Bayne, Wendy Stark, Vivien Stieda, January 2011 <ul><li>The Canadian Virtual Health Library / Bibliothèque virtuelle canadienne de la sant é (CVHL / BVCS) is pleased to announce the formation of a Web Content Strategy Expert Panel to assist in developing links to free content for health librarians and health professionals. </li></ul><ul><li>The panel is comprised of the following members: </li></ul><ul><li>Natalie Clairoux M.Sc., M.S.I. (Bibliothèque de la santé, Université de Montréal) </li></ul><ul><li>Tom Flemming MA, MLS, AHIP (retired) </li></ul><ul><li>Dean Giustini MLS, MEd (UBC Biomedical Branch Library) </li></ul><ul><li>The Web Content Strategy Expert Panel will provide their advice in identifying, evaluating, selecting and organizing non-licensed “free” content for the launch of the CVHL / BVCS website. This free content will serve as a complement to the resources that will eventually be licensed by CVHL / BVCS. Once a permanent structure is in place, an Advisory Committee will be established by CVHL / BVCS, which will provide on-going support for the selection, provision and development of content for the project. </li></ul>
  3. 3. What are our goals? <ul><li>The overall goal of the CVHL / BVCS Content Strategy is to help lead Canadian health professionals towards information that is: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>relevant to practice in Canadian health settings </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>evidence-based or evidence-informed where required or necessary </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>applicable at the point of care and, of the highest quality available </li></ul></ul><ul><li>With this in mind, we decided to select the best medical and health websites on the web -- and describe them using Dublin Core </li></ul><ul><li>see Top 100 Canadian Health Websites http://hlwiki.slais.ubc.ca/index.php/Top_100_Canadian_Health_Websites </li></ul>Expert Health Librarian Panel for CVHL / BVCS Free Content Natalie Clairoux, Tom Flemming [retired], Dean Giustini, Jennifer Bayne, Wendy Stark, Vivien Stieda, January 2011
  4. 4. Why Use Dublin Core? “… the scope of Dublin Core is specifically designed to provide a metadata vocabulary of &quot;core&quot; properties able to provide basic descriptive information about any kind of resource … regardless of media format, area of specialization or cultural origin. It is important that a semantic model used for resource discovery is not dependent on the medium of the resource it means to describe… “ http:// www.dublincore.org/resources/faq / Expert Health Librarian Panel for CVHL / BVCS Free Content Natalie Clairoux, Tom Flemming [retired], Dean Giustini, Jennifer Bayne, Wendy Stark, Vivien Stieda, January 2011
  5. 5. What is Dublin Core? ..defined as &quot;fifteen metadata elements for resource description in a cross-disciplinary information environment&quot;. It provides a simple, standardized set of conventions for describing items to make them easier to find. DC is widely used to describe digital materials such as video, sound, image, text, and composite media like web pages. Implementations of DC make use of XML and the Resource Description Framework (See NISO Standard Z39.85-2007). The &quot;Dublin&quot; in the name refers to Dublin, Ohio where the work originated in a workshop in 1995 at OCLC, the well-known library consortium. The &quot;Core&quot; refers to the metadata element set, a basic but expandable &quot;core&quot; list. … http:// hlwiki.slais.ubc.ca/index.php/Dublin_Core Expert Health Librarian Panel for CVHL / BVCS Free Content Natalie Clairoux, Tom Flemming [retired], Dean Giustini, Jennifer Bayne, Wendy Stark, Vivien Stieda, January 2011
  6. 6. Dublin &quot;Core&quot; Attributes / 15 Elements for CVHL Records 2011 {{ |title= |creator= |subject= (MeSH; repeatable field) |description= |publisher= |contributor= |date=YYYY-MM-DD |type=Collection Dataset Event Image Interactive Resource Moving Image Physical Object Service Software Sound Still Image Text |format= e.g. Internet media type -- see MIME http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MIME |identifier=URI (URL, DOI, ISBN) |source= |language=RFC3066 and ISO639 (standard two- and three-letter language codes with subcodes) |relation=a related resource |coverage= |rights=intellectual property, copyright or Creative Commons }} See descriptions of elements: http://dublincore.org/documents/dces/ Expert Health Librarian Panel for CVHL / BVCS Free Content Natalie Clairoux, Tom Flemming [retired], Dean Giustini, Jennifer Bayne, Wendy Stark, Vivien Stieda, January 2011
  7. 7. {{ |title=   |creator= |subject= |description= |publisher= |contributor= |date= |type= |format= |identifier= |source= |language= |relation= |coverage=  |rights= |audience= [We have added this element, making it the 16 th ) }} Dublin Core 15 ElementsTemplate Expert Health Librarian Panel for CVHL / BVCS Free Content Natalie Clairoux, Tom Flemming [retired], Dean Giustini, Jennifer Bayne, Wendy Stark, Vivien Stieda, January 2011 See metadata extractor : http://www.dublincore.org/tools/tools/tool-3.shtml
  8. 8. {{ |title=                AboutKidsHealth! Trusted answers from The Hospital for Sick Children |creator=          Review Board of AboutKidsHealth!             |subject=          Canada (MeSH)            Children                         Consumer Health                          Family                          Health Education |description=    Online information that is evidence-based, trustworthy and current by The Hospital for Sick Children's in Toronto. Information on child development, common problems in health care. All content is public.  |publisher=       The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) |contributor= |date= 2010-01-15 (ISO8601) |type=               Website. Digital files. |format=             |identifier=        http://www.aboutkidshealth.ca/ |source= |language=       en (ISO639-1) |relation= |coverage=      Children's health |rights=             Copyright © |audience=        Families, children, nurses, parents, pediatricians, teens  }} Sample record for “AboutKidsHealth” Expert Health Librarian Panel for CVHL / BVCS Free Content Natalie Clairoux, Tom Flemming [retired], Dean Giustini, Jennifer Bayne, Wendy Stark, Vivien Stieda, January 2011
  9. 9. Disclaimer     &quot;Great care has been taken in the preparation and selection of information provided on this site. We can, however, not guarantee the relevance, reliability or completeness of any of the information provided on the websites listed. The health and medical information is provided for educational and research purposes. In no case can information alone replace a medical diagnosis or evaluation by a physician or other qualified health professional. Further assistance in locating information appropriate to your needs can be supplied by your local health sciences librarian.&quot;   Dénégation       &quot;Un grand soin a été apporté dans la préparation et la sélection de l'information fournie sur ce site. Toutefois, nous ne pouvons garantir la pertinence, la fiabilité ou l'exhaustivité des informations fournies sur les sites Web que nous vous proposons. Les renseignements sur la santé et les informations médicales sont fournis à des fins d'enseignement et de recherche. En aucun cas ils ne peuvent remplacer un diagnostic ou une évaluation médicale par un médecin ou un professionnel de la santé qualifié. Pour soutenir votre recherche d’information, consultez un bibliothécaire en sciences de la santé.&quot;   Expert Health Librarian Panel for CVHL / BVCS Free Content Natalie Clairoux, Tom Flemming [retired], Dean Giustini, Jennifer Bayne, Wendy Stark, Vivien Stieda, January 2011 CVHL / BVCS Free Content Website Disclaimers

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