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  1. SnapDragonCollection ManagementShareable Metadata for Images Elisa LanziSmith College Imaging Center

  2. SnapDragon What? Image Collection Management system Why? Facilitate best practices, manage the digital transition, support pedagogy

  3. SnapDragon Who is it for? collection managers, metadata creators, image production workers Where does it fit? Metadata vault, export to campus repository and end-user outlets

  4. Collaboration, or jumping boundaries and crossing state lines • Liberal Arts College/University • Imaging/IT Ed. Tech/Libraries • Academic departments • 5 – Colleges consortium • Aggregators

  5. Implementing standards • Cataloging Cultural Objects (CCO) • VRA Core 4.0 XML • Mapping • Display, cataloging, classification


  6. http://www.getty.edu/research/conducting_research/standards/intrometadata/metadata_element_sets.htmlhttp://www.getty.edu/research/conducting_research/standards/intrometadata/metadata_element_sets.html

  7. Descriptive Data Model • Relationships • Hierarchy • Global Attributes (preferred, sources, rules, etc.) • Works/Collections/Images

  8. CCO: all authorities available to work and image records

  9. Legacy vs. CCO • Names personal and corporate (proper) • Places geography (proper) • Concepts supports work types, styles/periods/cultures, materials, techniques, subject/of-ness (generic) • Subjects themes and iconography (proper)

  10. Authority practice built in

  11. Workflow • From requests to delivery, all hands in the database • Controls displays • Quality Control • Exports • Interoperability • Controls Assets • Assists with special projects (museum, archives, etc.)

  12. Shareable metadata projects using SD • 5 – Colleges images of ancient art • ARTstor hosting • SC Theater costume collection

  13. Future directions and special issues

  14. Vocabulary service model? ULAN, AAT, TGN Cataloging Front End Master Institutional Authority Tables Searching User Edits/Additions Presentation Tools

  15. Thank You! Elisa Lanzi elanzi@email.smith.edu http://www.smith.edu/imaging Images for teaching and learning courtesy of: AMICA Library, Smith College Museum of Art, Smith College Image Collections, and ARTstor. Images may not be reproduced or copied from this presentation.

  16. Oh no! wrong metadata