Catholic University of America
Applies principles of information organization to organize digitized and born-digital resources for access. Discusses strengths and limitations of current access tools such as subject guides and directories, search engines, OPACs, databases, and digital libraries. Compares selected metadata standards and examines how libraries, archives, government agencies, and museums apply metadata schemas and manage projects to make digital resources available to users.
Miller, Steven J. 2011. Metadata for Digital Collections: A How-To-Do-Manual.