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: Most locally-generated references are arechived in our [http://goo.gl/zL80MI Google Drive folder]. You must belong to the ism-planning Google group to read them.
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: Most locally-generated references are archived in our [http://goo.gl/zL80MI Google Drive folder]. You must belong to the ism-planning Google group to read them.
  
 
: For other resources, [http://www.ismuseum.org/wiki/index.php?title=Resources_and_References click here].
 
: For other resources, [http://www.ismuseum.org/wiki/index.php?title=Resources_and_References click here].

Revision as of 22:16, 11 October 2014

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What is Metadata?

Purpose Statement

To describe virtual objects used in 3D virtual worlds including source files and use licenses, to enable cataloging, reproduction, and sharing, while helping avoid duplication.

To Do List

Go to this page to add or check off intermediate tasks.

Metadata Glossary

This page will be frequently updated with definitions of terminology pertaining to metadata. If required, we will have a separate page for terms specifically about the ISM or our collection.

Resources and References

Most locally-generated references are archived in our Google Drive folder. You must belong to the ism-planning Google group to read them.
For other resources, click here.

ISM's Specialized Vocabulary

This is the page where we will document the specialized terms for our metadata schema

Using Metadata

Links to Omeka information and the ISM's Omeka installation.