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Automation and Related Standards; Metadata Dr. Bilal IS 582 Spring 2006
Standards o Standards have impact on the automation industry o Most library standards are available via LC n n http: //www. loc. gov/standards Access this site and examine the standards on Resource Description Formats
Industry Standards o Encoding n n n MARC 21 MARCXML MODS (Metadata Object Description Schema) MADS (Metadata Authority Description Schema) Dublin Core
Industry Standards o Content n n AACR 2 R (Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, 2 nd Revised Edition ISBD (International Standards Bibliographic Description)
Industry Standards o Automation functions n Standard Interchange Protocol (SIP) p To exchange circulation messages with library systems, such as borrower identification
Industry Standards o SIP 2: De-facto standard for the exchange of circulation data and transactions between different systems n In use by self-issue systems, telephone renewals, PC bookings software, library security systems, and RFID systems
Industry Standards o NCIP (NISO Circulation Interchange Protocol) n n n Supports interlibrary loan functions EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) Supports the transfer of data between different systems over the Internet. EDI was developed for businesses to buy, sell, and trade information electronically.
Industry Standards o SIF (Schools Interoperability Framework) – Designed for the interoperation of many school applications o RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) n A method of remotely storing and retrieving data using devices called RFID Tags. An RFID tag is a small object (e. g. , an adhesive sticker) that contains antennas for receiving and responding to radio frequency queries from an RFID transceiver. Used in library security systems.
Metadata o Machine understandable information for the Web o Dublin Core n n n A standard for describing/creating metadata for Web information 15 elements of description http: //www. lub. lu. se/cgi-bin/nmdc. pl p Has a template for creating Dublin Core metadata