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Presentation at the British Columbia Library Conference on 1 April 2014.
Economics, time, and the burgeoning increase in the numbers of resources that libraries are acquiring or providing access to all conspire against being able to spend much time getting a metadata record perfect. Sometimes, getting a record barely good enough can be a challenge -- one record down, 50,000 more to go. In this session, Galen Charlton will discuss tools and techniques for managing ever-larger piles of metadata using open source tools, with an emphasis on iterative improvement and distributed collaboration.