Part III: Systems to Support Organization of Information

Part III: Systems to Support Organization of Information

  1. Learning Objectives: In this part, you will learn about the technology used to allow access in IO environments. This technology is known as “systems” and it relies on databases, specialized search engines, and encoded information.
  2. Terminology Overview and Objectives: Part III (Modules 8–11)

Learning Objectives: In this part, you will learn about the technology used to allow access in IO environments. This technology is known as “systems” and it relies on databases, specialized search engines, and encoded information. is not currently supported

Terminology Overview and Objectives: Part III (Modules 8–11)

Part III. Systems to Support Organization of Information

What This Part Covers: In this part, you will learn about the technology used to allow access in IO environments. This technology is known as “systems” and it relies on databases, specialized search engines, and encoded information.

Module 8

Learning Objectives
Define IO terms related to online catalogs and system design.
Identify design and functionality components of online catalogs.
Describe user needs in the context of designing an online catalog.
Relate the LRM user tasks to the basic functional requirements for an online catalog.

Terminology
Library systems
Online catalogs
OPACS
Integrated library systems (ILSs)
Cooperative Cataloging
Z39.50

Module 9

Learning Objectives
Discuss the difference between an online catalog (metadata only) and a digital library (metadata and digital content).
Identify types and purposes of various digital libraries, including digital repositories and institutional repositories, digital archives, and data repositories.
Explore and note differences in design, functionality, and content of several digital libraries.

Terminology
Digital libraries
Digital archives
Digital repositories
Data repositories
COAR
[Metadata] application profiles
Metadata registries
Metadata crosswalks
OAI-PMH
Granularity

Module 10

Learning Objectives

Describe the basics of linked dataandhowlinked data can be used inLAMS.

Give examples of current projects and the goals of linked data.

Terminology
Linked data
Enriched content
Relationships
Linked open data (LOD)

Module 11

Learning Objectives

Describe basics of organization related tospecialized types ofinformation(e.g., research data, personal information management (PIM), etc.) andhow the organization of these types of resources differ from those already considered.

Discuss how the life cycles of these resources impact IO.

Terminology
Information management
Personal information management (PIM)
Records management
Digital asset management (DAM)
Digital asset management systems (DAMS)
Research data management (RDM)
Knowledge management
Taxonomies

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