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This poster for the NADDI 2016 conference shows the processes we implemented to pre-populate parts of our DDI-compatible metadata schema with publicly and locally available information. We have developed in-house scripts to export and import the metadata from resources such as NCBI,...
This presentation was an update to library staff on the progress that has been made on the CLIR-funded "Bridging the Research Data Divide." It outlines the initial processes taken to describe maternal, infant, and child health research data and engage researchers.
This presentation for NADDI 2016 gives an overview of the processing work that has gone into research data description for the two types of collections being described in the "Bridging the Research Data Divide" project: special collections and contemporary research collections.
This presentation provides an overview of the work of the University of Alberta Libraries to examine and revise its descriptive metadata practices to more accurately, appropriately, and respectfully represent Indigenous peoples and contexts. The presentation was given at the Netspeed Library...
The metadata included in this document include program summaries of the first 30 years of the Nosotros Community Television Program episodes which began broadcasting in 1981. The shows are viewable from the Internet Archive site at https://archive.org/details/nosotrostv .
This paper discusses a project undertaken at the University of Alberta Libraries to create metadata for a notable sheet music collection: the Walder G. W. White Sheet Music Collection, which is currently in the process of being described, digitised, and promoted. The history of the collection is...
Oil Shows, Rodeos, and UFOs: The Walder G.W. White Sheet Music Collection at the University of Alberta LibrariesDownload
Slides from May 25, 2014 CAML Conference (Saint Catharines, ON), and July 15, 2014 IAML Conference presentation (Antwerp, Belgium).
This paper describes the Decolonizing Description Working Group at the University of Alberta Libraries, including its genesis and work, final report and recommendations, and followup work done to date.
This poster provides an overview of the work of the University of Alberta Libraries to critically examine and revise its descriptive metadata practices to more accurately, appropriately, and respectfully represent Indigenous peoples and contexts. The poster was presented at the Diversity by...