Nowadays a new form of learning, so called e-learning is being introduced. The motives for this kind of learning are better time use, decrease of educational costs, more effective learning and learning management from the user's side. This form of distance learning is supported by information-communication technology (ICT) and fast computer networks.… (More)
SUMMARY. Gives an overview of descriptive metadata schemas for art and architecture, including Categories for the Description of Works of Art, Object ID, and the VRA Core Categories. It also focuses on the menu of controlled vocabularies and classification systems needed to populate these metadata schemas, such as the Art & Architecture Thesaurus,… (More)
A NISO Recommended Practice is a recommended "best practice" or "guideline" for methods, materials, or practices in order to give guidance to the user. Such documents usually represent a leading edge, exceptional model, or proven industry practice. All elements of Recommended Practices are discretionary and may be used as stated or modified by the user to… (More)
This paper provides a brief overview of the evolving descriptive metadata landscape, one phenomenon of which can be characterized as " cross-community " metadata as manifested in records that are the result of a combination of carefully considered data value and data content standards. he online catalog of the Morgan Library & Museum provides a real-life… (More)
This poster will present an overview of metadata mappings needed to support access, collaboration, preservation and aggregation of museum content within and beyond a digital library context.
Generally speaking, a user (person) can be authorised in three different ways (or their combinations): one can use something that a user knows, something that a user possesses or by measuring some physical or psychological characteristics which are immanent and unique to each person i.e. biometric characteristics. In this paper we are going to put accent on… (More)