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Rules and Tools for Cataloging Internet Resources - The Digital Library Environment (Cat21)

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Digital Project Planning & Management Basics will provide the basic knowledge and skills needed to plan, implement and assess a digital project, whether it is a local history collection or a shared mass digitization project. The Metadata and Digital Library Development course introduces practicing catalogers to metadata implementation considerations and processes in a digital library development context. The Metadata Standards & Applications course presents bibliographic control concepts for the 21st century with an emphasis on digital resources. The goal of the course is to expand on attendees’ current knowledge about library catalog metadata to include other additional forms of library metadata used in digital libraries. The Principles of Controlled Vocabulary and Thesaurus Design course provides an overview of these topics. It presents a rationale for the use of controlled vocabularies and prepares catalogers to participate in the development of specialized thesauri or glossaries for specific projects. The Rules and Tools for Cataloging Internet Resources course covers the principles and practices of online resource cataloging. It applies current descriptive cataloging standards (AACR2/MARC21) and practices (LCRI/CONSER/PCC).