PREMIS Tutorial

This course has been retired.
Certificate Eligibility: 
N/A
Credits: 
5 ARC, 0.75 CEU
Length: 
1 day
Format: 
In-Person
Max Attendees: 
35
Tier: 
Tools and Services
Description: 

The PREMIS Data Dictionary for Preservation Metadata is a specification that provides a key piece of infrastructure for digital preservation activities, and it plays a vital role in enabling the effective management, discovery, and re-usability of digital information. Preservation metadata provides provenance information and documents preservation activity, identifies technical features, and aids in verifying the authenticity of digital objects. PREMIS is a core set of metadata elements recommended for use in all preservation repositories regardless of the type of materials archived, the type of institution, and the preservation strategies employed. It is maintained by the PREMIS Editorial Committee.

 

This tutorial provides an introduction to PREMIS and its data model, a walk-through of the Data Dictionary, examples of PREMIS metadata in real situations, and implementation considerations, particularly using PREMIS in XML and with the Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standard (METS). It will also explore strategies for using controlled vocabularies with PREMIS semantic units. There will be examples of PREMIS usage and time for questions and answers.

Who Should Attend: 

Those who are involved in implementing and managing preservation systems in various kinds of repositories, including libraries, archives, museums, government agencies and other types of cultural heritage institutions

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