Using Metadata Standards in Digital Libraries presentations

At the Annual 2007 American Library Association conference in Washington in June, the LITA Standards Interest Group sponsored a program entitled “Using Metadata Standards in Digital Libraries: implementing METS, MODS, PREMIS and MIX”. This session explored how libraries are using emerging standards to manage and provide navigation for digital library objects and featured the following:

  • Rebecca Guenther, Library of Congress: Using Metadata Standards in Digital Libraries: Introduction to METS, MODS, PREMIS and MIX
  • Morgan Cundiff, Library of Congress: Using and to Create XML Standards-based Digital Library Applications
  • Nathan Trail, Library of Congress: How to Build, Display and Find METS Objects
  • Brian Tingle, California Digital Library: Use of METS in CDL Digital Special Collections
  • Sarah Shreeves, University of Illinois Urbana/Champaign: Creating Rich Shareable Metadata: the DLF Aquifer MODS implementation guidelines
  • Tom Habing, University of Illinois Urbana/Champaign: METS, MODS and PREMIS, Oh My!: Integrating Digital Library Standards for Interoperability and Preservation
  • Tod Olson, University of Chicago: MODS as Data Hub

The Library of Congress has made the presentations available.