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Events: What metadata is really useful?

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This meeting will focus on looking at what data we have (or could acquire) to answer the question of what metadata is really required to support the discovery, selection, use and management of educational resources. Data may come from user surveys of how people look for educational content, from analysis of application profiles or actual metadata records to show what information repository managers find it useful to provide, or from referrer and query logs showing how people (attempt to?) find resources.
Date: 18 Oct 2010
Agenda: hyperlink http://wiki.cetis.ac.uk/Event:_what_metadata_is_really_required
Contact: Phil Barker
Location: Brettenham House, London (near Waterloo Bridge).

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