Building a Visual Resources Collection in DSpace: Digital Images in Franklin & Marshallnulls "Scholars Square"
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Subjectvisual resources; dspace; dublin core; descriptive metadata; scholars square; digital images
Like many small liberal-arts colleges, Franklin & Marshall is challenged with the task of cataloging, storing, making accessible, and delivering digital images for faculty and students to use. The poster (“Anatomy of a Record”) accompanied by this handout presents ways in which Franklin & Marshall successfully has adapted the DSpace Dublin Core template to the best-practices cataloging of visual resources, in this case a teaching collection of art and architectural history images.
Conference Poster (.pdf) with 2 p. Handout (.doc)
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