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METS Opening Day West scheduled for April 8 -9 '04: SAVE the DATES!

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Nancy Hoebelheinrich <[log in to unmask]>

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Hello, all:
By popular demand, the METS Editorial Board is arranging another METS
training session on the West coast of the U.S. similar to that offered in
Washington, DC in October of last year. The dates for the event have been
set for April 8th and 9th, 2004 at Stanford University in Palo Alto,
California. Co-hosted by Stanford University Libraries and the University
of California's Digital Library, the METS Board is planning one and a half
days of METS training with the first day geared to those less familiar with
METS and less technical. Day Two is planned to be a Developer's Forum for
those with more technical interests and needs. There will be separate
registrations for the two days in order to plan the event, but no
registration charge. The draft program for the training event is listed
below. The Board would appreciate feedback on the planned program in terms
of content and length of time, and an estimate of the number of people who
could / would attend the event by next Thursday, February 12th. Program
feedback can be sent to the METS Listserv or to me at [log in to unmask]
Please send your intent to attend for one or both days to
[log in to unmask] As more information about the event becomes
available, it can be found at the METS web site:
http://www.loc.gov/standards/mets/. Thanks for your interest!
Nancy Hoebelheinrich
****************************************************
Metadata Coordinator
Cataloging and Metadata Services Dept
3rd Floor, Meyer Libr
Stanford Univ Librs/Acad Info Rsrcs
Stanford CA 94305-6004
phone: 650.725.6843 fax: 650.725.1120
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METS Opening Day West (U.S.) DRAFT Program
April 8 9, 2004, Stanford University, Stanford, CA

Co-hosted by Stanford University Libraries Academic Information Resources
and California Digital Library

Thursday, April 8th METS Overview

8:30 9:00 am Registration, Coffee & Continental Breakfast

9:00 9:15 am Welcoming Remarks

9:15 10:15 am Introduction to METS

10:15 10:30 am Break

10:30 11:30 am Building METS by Hand
I. Build a structural map
II. Build a file group for master image files
III. Link a structural map and file group
IV. Add a Dublin Core record for whole work
V. Add single technical metadata record for master files

11:30 12:00 noon Introduction to METS Profiles

12:00 1:30 pm Lunch Break (lunch provided)

1:30 3:00 pm Case Studies in Implementing METS (overviews of no more than
2)

3:00 3:15 pm Break

3:15 4:45 pm Case Studies in Implementing METS (overviews of no more than
2)
5:00 6:30 pm Reception

Friday, April 9th Developer's Forum

8:30 9:00 am Registration, Coffee & Continental Breakfast
                        (separate registration for developer's forum)

9:00 11:00 am Technical Breakout Sessions

Plan is to have a presenter and moderator for each breakout session.

1. METS Profiles, Intermediate Level
How to create, and apply with examples shown.
Discuss what's necessary to increase potential for general use.

2. METS Creation / Ingestion tools and tool development
Examples of working tools
Shared Development

3. METS Dissemination tools and tool development
Examples of working tools
Shared Development

4. Applying Extension Schemas to METS:
Status, development and examples of workflow for Descriptive schemas
(i.e., Dublin Core, MODS, MARC)
Status, development and examples of workflow for Administrative schemas
(i.e., Technical, Rights, Digital Provenance / Preservation)
Need for others, new? (e.g., IEEE-LOM)

5. TEI and METS
Examples of workflow
Problems and potential solutions

11:00 11:30 am Break

11:30 1:00 pm Report back from Technical Breakout Sessions & General
Discussion Session

1:00 pm 2 pm Lunch provided


END OF PROGRAM

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