Cultural Objects Digitization Planning: Metadata Overview

Eklund, Janice L.
April 2011
Visual Resources Association Bulletin;2011, Vol. 38 Issue 1, preceding p1
This document offers an overview of image metadata types, applications, and best practice considerations for planning cultural object digitization projects.


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