Know & Go: Getting Started with Application Profiles

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Target Audience: 
Library staff interested in current cataloging developments
Course Description

Application profiles for metadata can provide structure for library data, both for human users and machines. Whether you are working with non-MARC metadata for digital items, or thinking about creating a local subset of RDA elements for more traditional cataloging, knowing how application profiles work can help a lot when it comes to streamlining metadata production. Attend this session to find out what application profiles are, how they can help library data, and how you can easily get started creating your own.

Learning objectives for this session include
  • Understand what an application profile is
  • Identify the components of an application profile
  • Learn how to get started creating application profiles


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This course consists of a 1-hour session.
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