This article examines several library metadata standards, structures and schema relevant to the challenge of managing electronic resources. Among the standards, structures and schema to be discussed are MARC, METS, Dublin Core, EAD, XrML, and ODRL. The authors’ analysis reveals that there is currently no one standard, structure or schema that adequately addresses the complexity of e‐resource management. The article concludes with an outline and proposal for a new metadata schema designed to manage electronic resources.
Library Hi Tech – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jun 1, 2004
Keywords: Resources; Internet; Online cataloguing; Licensing; Information management; Libraries
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