Linked Data Metadata for Digital Clothing Collections
Department or Administrative Unit
The historical clothing collections held by academic and other institutions serve as an important resource for scholars in fields ranging from fashion design to sociology. While metadata schemes have been created for individual clothing collections, no standard metadata scheme for clothing had been developed. This case study describes the creation of a linked data metadata scheme for clothing designed for the Oregon State University's College of Business Design Programs' Historical and Cultural Textile and Apparel Collection housed within the ScholarsArchive digital repository. In addition, the scheme can be used as a standard clothing metadata scheme which may be implemented by other organizations, or extended as needed.
Valentino, M. (2017). Linked Data Metadata for Digital Clothing Collections. Journal of Web Librarianship, 11(3–4), 231–240. https://doi.org/10.1080/19322909.2017.1359135
Journal of Web Librarianship
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