Show simple item record Payne, Hannah 2010-02-24T16:48:42Z 2010-02-24T16:48:42Z 2010-02-19
dc.identifier.citation Payne, H. (2010). "Giving a clear picture: Metadata use in repositories to represent still images." Welsh Repository Network. en
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dc.description.abstract The purpose of this learning object is to consider metadata use in repository records when relating to still image items. Repositories are increasingly being tasked to store all research items produced by an institution, within all subject areas. Within the creative arts, research objects can take many forms including 3D artefacts as well as 2D images. The challenge for repository administrators is how best to represent these items within a digital repository. This learning object will explore how metadata can best be used to represent still image items within a repository whether the image is the original item to be described or the representation of that item. en
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dc.publisher Welsh Repository Network en
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dc.rights This resource is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike License. en
dc.title Giving a clear picture: Metadata use in repositories to represent still images en
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