CIRCA:Archiving Our Collection

From CIRCA

Revision as of 12:55, 25 September 2012 by VictoriaSmith (Talk | contribs)
(diff) ← Older revision | Current revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
Jump to: navigation, search

Contents

Early Considerations

Example Items to Be Archived


Validated XML Metadata Documents

Metadata Examples

Element Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 Example 4 Example 5
Title CCH, Ontario Humanities Computing 1.4, newsletter, 1987 Glickman and Staalman, Manual for Printing of Literary Texts and Concordances by Computer, Manual, 1966 McGann, Culture and Technology. The Way We Live Now; What is to be Done?, Podcast, 2004 McMaster University, “The Face of Text”, Conference Proceedings, 2004 Lancashire, IBM-U of T Computing Centre, Letters, Meeting Minutes, Report
creatorTitle Ontario Humanities Computing 1.4 Manual for the Printing of Literary Texts and Concordances by Computer McGann, Culture and Technology. The Way We Live Now; What is to be Done?, Podcast, 2004 The Face of Text, Computer Assisted Text Analysis in the Humanities, Canadian Symposium on Text Analysis Minutes of the Meeting of the Advisory Committee for the IBM/U of T Cooperative Agreement
creatorOriginal CCH, Willard McCarty Editor Glickman, Robert J. and Gerrit Joseph Staalman McGann, Jerome McMaster University Lancashire, Ian
digitalRecordCreator Alicia Hibbert Alicia Hibbert
recordCreator Victoria Smith Victoria Smith Victoria Smith Victoria Smith Victoria Smith
subject Ontario Humanities Computing, OHC, Ontario Consortium for COmputer and the Humanities, OCCH, Centre for Computers in the Humanities Programs for Research On Romance Authors, PRORA II, PRORA III, Literature, Linguistics Text Analysis, Humanities Computing, Canadian Humanities Computing, CaSTA
description Issue 1.4 of Ontario Humanities Computing A manual for using the computer programs PRORA in literature and linguistics research, Developed at the University of Toronto Podcast, Presentation at 2004 The Face of Text, McMaster University CaSTA 2004 Conference Proceedings, McMaster University
physicalDescription 8 pages 129 pages, cerlox binding MP3 audio 129 pages
originals The original document from Ian Lancashire's personal collection
notes Proceeding of the Third Canadian Symposium on Text Analysis
publicationInformation Published by the Centre for Computing in the Humanities (CCH) at the University of Toronto, December 1987 University of Toronto Press, 1966
archivedVersionHistory
dateOrigination 1987-12-XX 1966-xx-xx 2004-11-xx 1994-11-xx
dateCollection 2011 2011
dateDigitization
documentType Newsletter Manual Podcast Conference Proceedings Minutes
electronicFormat PDF, 8 pages PDF, 129 pages MP3 PDF, 129 pages
provenance Ontario Consortium for Computers in the Humanities University of Toronto McMaster University, Canadian Symposium on Text Analysis McMaster University, Canadian Symposium on Text Analysis
language English English English English English
relatedMaterials CCH, Canadian Humanities Computing 2.3-4, newsletter, 1988 Glickman, An Integrated Series of Computer Programs, Manual, 1965 McMaster University, “The Face of Text”. conference proceedings, 2004 McGann, Culture and Technology. The Way We Live Now; What is to be Done?, Podcast, 2004
coverage Humanities Computing in English Canada, December 1987 2004-11-19-21; McMaster University
identifier
rights Public Access
access Public Use Public access Public access Public access
use Public use Public use
preferredCitation



Metadata Example Definitions

Element Definition Example
Title The name the project gives to the document to distinguish it in the archive. Descriptive name. CCH, Ontario Humanities Computing 1.4, newsletter, 1987
creatorTitle A name given to a resource by its creator. Ontario Humanities Computing 1.4
creatorOriginal The person responsible for the creation of the resource in its original form. CCH, Willard McCarty Editor
digitalRecordCreator The person responsible for the the creation of the digital form of the resource. Alicia Hibbert
recordCreator The person responsible for the creation of the archive record. Victoria Smith
subject The topic of the resource (key words, phrases), separated by coma. Ontario Humanities Computing, OHC, Ontario Consortium for COmputer and the Humanities, OCCH, Centre for Computers in the Humanities
description An account of the resource (an abstract, table of contents)/information about the subject matter. Issue 1.4 of Ontario Humanities Computing
physicalDescription Physical characteristics and technical requirement of original. Medium condition. 8 pages
originals Provide details of the originals including physical location, medium, condition. Narrative field. The original document from Ian Lancashire's personal collection
notes General note.
publicationInformation If resource has been published provide account. Published by the Centre for Computing in the Humanities (CCH) at the University of Toronto, December 1987
archivedVersionHistory To keep track of versions of resource in the archive.
dateOrigination Date of the origination of the resource. 1987-12-XX
dateCollection Date the resource in question entered the collection.
dateDigitization Date of digitization
documentType The nature or genre of the resource. Example letter, memo, meeting. We need a controlled thesaurus. Newsletter
electronicFormat Extent and medium of unit of description. Archived version. We need to create a controlled thesaurus. PDF, 8 pages
provenance A related resource or organization fro which the described resource is derived. Ontario Consortium for Computers in the Humanities
language Controlled thesaurus. English
relatedMaterials A related resource in the archive. CCH, Canadian Humanities Computing 2.3-4, newsletter, 1988
coverage The spatial or temporal topic of the resource. Humanities Computing in English Canada, December 1987
identifier An unambiguous reference to the resource within a given context (a unique identifier). ERA uses a system called the Handle system to assign permanent identifiers.
rights Information about the rights held in and over the resource. Public Access
access Use for conditions governing access. Public Use
use Use for conditions governing use.
preferredCitation



XML Examples

Each of the following documents were validated using Oxygen

Back to Histories and Archives Project

Personal tools