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dc.contributor.authorSimons, Eduard-
dc.descriptionKeynote at the 1st Workshop on CRIS, CERIF and Institutional Repositories.-- 23 slidesen_US
dc.description.abstractMetadata allow us to describe and classify research information in a systematic way, and as such they are indispensable for searching and finding academic publications and other results of research. In order to make full use of the information discovery potential of the Internet, the 'formal' and 'content' metadata commonly used in repositories should be supplemented with the 'context' metadata as stored in a CRIS. Whereas the "traditional" repository metadata stem from the “Gutenberg Era” – the past few centuries in which print on paper was the main research information and communication tool – and focus on (the description of) the individual publication, the context metadata used in a CRIS is more appropriate for our age of electronic and networked information supply.en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseries1st Workshop on CRIS, CERIF and Institutional Repositories-
dc.subjectcontextual metadataen_US
dc.subjectcontent metadataen_US
dc.subjectcurrent research information systemsen_US
dc.subjectinstitutional repositoriesen_US
dc.subjectresearch information managementen_US
dc.titleFrom Gutenberg to Berners-Lee: the Need for Metadataen_US
dc.relation.conferenceI Workshop on CRIS, CERIF and Institutional Repositories (2010)en
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