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1O'Keefe, E. ; Oldal, M.: Cataloging Cultural Objects (CCO).
In: Encyclopedia of library and information sciences. 3rd ed. Ed.: M.J. Bates. London : Taylor & Francis, 2009. S.xx-xx.
Abstract: The entry provides an overview of the data content standard, Cataloging Cultural Objects (CCO), developed by the Visual Resources Association (VRA), and published in 2006 by the American Library Association (ALA). CCO fills a gap in the array of descriptive standards by providing guidelines for visual resources curators, museum documentation specialists, archivists, librarians, or anyone engaged in the documentation of works of art and architecture, objects of material culture, and their images. The entry begins by placing CCO within the context of object and visual image cataloging and the broader framework of data content standards. Following the organization of the guide, which is divided into three parts, General Guidelines, Elements, and Authorities, it summarizes the main features of CCO. Finally, it evaluates CCO in terms of its suitability for use by the metadata communities that form its intended audience, and its sustainability.
Anmerkung: Vgl.: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/book/10.1081/E-ELIS3.
2Baca, M. ; O'Keefe, E.: Sharing standards and expertise in the early 21st century : Moving toward a collaborative, "cross-community" model for metadata creation.
Abstract: This paper provides a brief overview of the evolving descriptive metadata landscape, one phenomenon of which can be characterized as "cross-community" metadata as manifested in records that are the result of a combination of carefully considered data value and data content standards. he online catalog of the Morgan Library & Museum provides a real-life illustration of how diverse data content standards and vocabulary tools can be integrated within the classic data structure/technical interchange format of MARC21 to better describe unique, museum-type objects, and to provide better end-user access and understanding. The Morgan experience also shows the value of developing a collaborative model for metadata creation that combines the subject expertise of curators and scholars with the cataloging expertise and knowledge of standards possessed by librarians.
Inhalt: Beitrag während: World library and information congress: 74th IFLA general conference and council, 10-14 August 2008, Québec, Canada.
Anmerkung: Auch auf deutsch unter: http://www.ifla.org/IV/ifla74/papers/156-Baca_OKeefe-trans-de.pdf.