Dealing with multi-part instantiations

Written by Mary on Saturday, December 06, 2008

Dealing with multi-part instantiations in formatGenerations attribute?

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PBCore Tool Quest

Written by Jack Brighton on Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Back in 2005 I became somewhat obsessed with cataloging media on the job here at WILL Public Media. As the website manager, people would do things like hand me a videotape and say "can you put this on the web?" But what's on the tape? It became clear producers had no clue about the importance of recording actual information about their productions. Meanwhile I started learning about metadata and controlled vocabularies, and some of the cool things we could do with structured data on the web. This lead me directly to PBCore as the theoretical metadata standard for public broadcasting and beyond. If producers and stations could create PBCore-compliant XML records for their content, we could develop tools for automated exchange of deep information about media, and the media essence as well.

But we can't do much if nobody catalogs their stuff. So the question became what tools to use? Working with a graduate assistant from Library Science here at Illinois (the great Jimi Jones!), we embarked on a PBCore tool quest.

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PBCore Events for January 2009

Written by DaveRice on Saturday, November 29, 2008

January 16, 2009 online event at New York Public Library hosted by Bibliographical Center for Research http://leo.clicweb.org/index.php?do=Event+Detail&event_id=428

PBCore links 2008-11-24

Written by DaveRice on Monday, November 24, 2008

The Open Media Project is being designed to help automate the scheduling, exchanging, ingesting, and cataloging of public access program and includes incorporations of PBCore.

http://groups.drupal.org/open-media-project

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WNET PBCore Record Repository project

Written by DaveRice on Monday, November 24, 2008

As presented at AMIA, see http://pbcore.vermicel.li/. It is a Ruby on Rails front-end on a MySQL backend that can import, export, and manipulate PBCore records. It currently contains sample records from PBS and WILL. Feel free to import, create, delete, or edit records here. Any feedback on this project can be sent to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).
Dave Rice



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