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About the Learning Object

 

The Linked Heritage project brought together information management standards and best practice from the cultural heritage sector with those of commercial media, such as book publishing, recording music, film and tv, photography.

The aim was to include commercial products in the Europeana Portal, adding the “gift shop” to the European Union’s online museum, galleries, libraries and archives Web site.

 

To make this happen a team led by EDItEUR researched commercial and heritage information sharing methods. Our full reports can be found at the EDItEUR Web site for Linked Heritage .

 

This set of four learning objects aims to share some of the knowledge gained, especially on the topic of persistent identifier systems – such as the ISBN or DOI - to enable library and information professionals, as well as museum, archive and other heritage professionals to engage with the best practice in the commercial world and see where common ground exists, with a view to enabling future public-private partnerships.

 

We present a viewpoint from the commercial sector to enable library and information professionals, as well as museum, archive and other heritage professionals to engage with the best practice in the commercial world and see where common ground exists, with a view to enabling future public-private partnerships.


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Using the Learning Object

This learning object can be accessed by any modern Web browser.
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The text can be downloaded as a .txt file.

Aim: skill

Intended audience:

  • library and information professionals & masters students
  • heritage (museum, archive, gallery) professionals &
  • masters students

Learning outcomes – readers should aim to:

 

Reading and training materials

Case studies

Training materials

Bibliography

Case studies


Doerr, M. 2011, "Technological Choices of the ResearchSpace Project", ResearchSpace Papers. Available at: http://www.researchspace.org/researchspace-concepts/technological-choices-of-the-researchspace-project [accessed 30/9/2013]

Training materials

Persistent Identifiers: Commercial and heritage views (en)

Case studies on persistent identification, presented by Linked Heritage partners led by EDItEUR. These studies show points of difference and similarity between the commercial media and cultural heritage sectors.
Intended audience: library and information professionals & masters students heritage (museum, archive, gallery) professionals & masters students. Learning outcomes – readers should aim to:
understand what persistent identifiers are used for in the commercial sector (and a little of what they are not for!)know some of the “state of the art”, latest developments in identifier technologies in the heritage sector start thinking about how digital cultural heritage online may be enriched in future with wider use of Web identifiers like DOI http://linkedheritage.cab.unipd.it/training/LO-05/en/00.html
https://phaidra.cab.unipd.it/detail_object/o:13409?SID=&actPage=&type=thumbnails

 

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DOI: Factsheets. Available at: http://www.doi.org/factsheets.html [accessed 30/9/2013]

DOI. Handbook. Available at: http://www.doi.org/hb.html [accessed 30/9/2013]

DOI: Policies - Ensuring persistence. Available at: http://www.doi.org/doi_handbook/6_Policies.html#6.5 [accessed 30/9/2013]

International ISBN Agency -  FAQs. Available at: http://www.isbn-international.org/faqs [accessed 30/9/2013]

International ISBN Agency - ISBN User's manual, 6. ed. 2012 Available at:  http://www.isbn-international.org/pages/media/Usermanuals/ISBN%20Manual%202012%20-corr.pdf [accessed 30/9/2013]

mEDRA  Available at: http://www.medra.org/en/index.htm [accessed 30/9/2013] 

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W3C, Style Guide for online hypertext - Cool URIs don't change. Available at: http://www.w3.org/Provider/Style/URI.html [accessed 30/9/2013]

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Green, B., Bide, M. 1999, "Unique identifiers: a bref introduction". Available at: http://www.bic.org.uk/files/pdfs/uniquid.pdf [accessed 30/9/2013]

Griffiths, S. 2011, "From Dickens to Dante: ISBN propels book trade to billions", Special Report ISO Focus, April, pp. 10-12, Available at: http://www.editeur.org/files/Collaborations/Publications/ISO%20Focus%20April%202011%20-%20Stella%20Griffiths%20-%20ISBN%20Special%20Report.pdf [accessed 30/9/2013]

Janicki, T. 2013 "MIS 213 - Intro to Information Systems & Technologies", Learning Module #10 Chapter 10, Supply Chain - Learning Objective . Cameron School of Business, University of North Carolina Wilmington. Available at: http://csbapp.uncw.edu/janickit/mis213/learning/module10/10-0.htm [accessed 30/9/2013]

Paskin, T. 2003, "On Making and Identifying a "Copy"", D-LIB Magazine, vol. 9 n. 1. Available at: http://www.dlib.org/dlib/january03/paskin/01paskin.html [ accessed 30/9/2013]

Paskin, T. 2006, "Identifier Interoperability: a Report on Two Recent ISO Activities",  D-LIB Magazine, vol. 12, n. 4. Available at: http://www.dlib.org/dlib/april06/paskin/04paskin.html [accessed 30/9/2013]

Rust, G., Bide, M. 2000, "The <indecs> metadata framework: Principles, model and data dictionary". WP1a-006-2.0. Available at: http://www.doi.org/topics/indecs/indecs_framework_2000.pdf [accessed 30/9/2013]