Repository Metadata: Challenges of Interoperability
Who Should Attend
Anyone with an interest in institutional repositories and the significance of metadata will find this webinar of interest.
Course Level & Prerequisites
Wendy Robertson is Digital Resources Librarian at the The University of Iowa Libraries. She is responsible for helping to expand support of electronic scholarship and e-publishing, including supporting locally published e-journals and managing the institutional repository. Robertson performs data analysis on digital collections related to batch loading, migrating from one system to another, and aggregating with other information resources.
Wendy received a B.A. in History from Grinnell College in 1988, and an M.L.I.S. from The University of Iowa in 1992. She has worked at The University of Iowa Libraries since 1988. Her previous work positions include Electronic Resources Systems Librarian in Enterprise Applications, Electronic Resources Management Unit Head, Serials Cataloger and Supervisor in Technical Services.
Date & Time
Wednesday, April 13, 2011, 11am Pacific, noon Mountain, 1pm Central, 2pm Eastern
The session will last approximately 1 hour.
Credits &/or CEUs
Four webinars about institutional repositories will be offered as a series between January and June 2011. They are:
January 26: Copyright & Contracts; April 13: Repository Metadata; May 11: Utilizing IRs; June 1: Reengineering the IR to Engage Users. You may purchase any one of the sessions or the series of sessions. If you purchase the series after some of the sessions have been presented live, you'll be given the access information for the webcasts of those sessions in addition to the live access to future sessions.
|Participant||Each ($)||Series of 4 ($)|
|ALCTS Member (individual)||39||
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