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  • Tags: Information Organization

Transition from the face-to-face to the online lecturing for a LIS course “Metadata Creation for Information Organization”: outlook and preparation

As a Library and Information Science (LIS) lecturer, co-teaching a traditional (face-to-face) course “Metadata Creation for Information Organization”, the lecturer deliberates on moving from traditional to online teaching, lots of changes and…

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Reflections in teaching a LIS course in the changing world

As Catalog/Metadata Librarians and adjunct faculty at the LIS program of a public co-educational research university, we rethink what skills and knowledge LIS students seek to gain from the class Metadata Creation for Information Organization, and…

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Teaching a cataloging/metadata course in a changing world: Experience and reflection

The authors use a case study to discuss their experiences and perspectives in teaching a cataloging and metadata course in a library school.

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New Directions in Information Organization-A Linked Data Model with BIBFRAME

Discussion on BibFrame, a new direction for organization of information, a linked data model.

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