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1 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 1 of 24 Train to Share: Statewide Interoperability Training from the Texas Heritage Digitization Initiative Danielle Cunniff Plumer, Ph.D., M.S.I.S. Karen L. Frizzell, M.A., M.L.S. Texas State Library & Archives Commission

2 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 2 of 25 Train to Share: Overview Funded by an IMLS Laura Bush 21 st Century Librarian Grant Partners: –Texas State Library & Archives –University of North Texas –Amigos Library Services

3 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 3 of 25 Train to Share: Intention To address the need for quality, shareable metadata for digitized special collections

4 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 4 of 25 Train to Share: Audience Metadata specialists working in libraries, archives, museums, and state and local government agencies across Texas

5 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 5 of 25 Train to Share: Outcomes Educate metadata specialists Create new and sustainable partnerships Improve the quality and consistency of metadata for Texas digital collections Improve access to rare and unique materials

6 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 6 of 25 Train to Share: Need 2005 THDI Training Survey

7 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 7 of 25 Train to Share: Need Technical Skills Librarian Skills Management Skills Choi, Youngok, and Edie Rasmussen. "What Is Needed to Educate Future Digital Librarians: A Study of Current Practice and Staffing Patterns in Academic and Research Libraries." D-Lib Magazine 12 (2006)..

8 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 8 of 25 Train to Share: Educate Courses based on the Library of Congresss Digital Library Environment workshop series http://www.loc.gov/catworkshop/courses/index.html http://www.loc.gov/catworkshop/courses/index.html –Courses originally developed by the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services –Originally called the Cataloging for the 21 st Century workshop series

9 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 9 of 25 Train to Share: Educate Digital Project Management Basics –Project Management Online tools Role and task definition –Financial Control Budgeting Contracting –Legal issues Copyright

10 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 10 of 25 Train to Share: Educate Digital Library Systems and Applications –Overview of available systems Hosted and local systems Metadata constraints –Developing workflows Quality Assurance –Technical Issues Indexing Interoperability Migration and Preservation

11 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 11 of 25 Train to Share: Educate Basics of Metadata Production –Content Standards AACR2R CCO DACS –Encoding Syntaxes Dublin Core MARC –Encoding Formats XML –Metadata Crosswalks

12 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 12 of 25 Train to Share: Educate Controlled Vocabulary & Thesaurus Design –Review of available vocabularies Library of Congress Getty Vocabularies –Local controlled vocabularies Using linked data Using namespaces –Uncontrolled vocabularies Tagging and keywords

13 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 13 of 25 Train to Share: Educate Advanced Topics in Metadata Production –Additional encoding syntaxes: MODS, MADS METS EAD, EAC TEI –Special topics: Cataloging electronic resources (MARC) Geographic Information Systems

14 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 14 of 25 Train to Share: Educate Courses offered by Amigos Library Services –Adjunct instructors wanted! 5 locations across state 2 online offerings for each course

15 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 15 of 25 Train to Share: Partnerships 10 collaborative, multi-institution projects established across state Funding for training, staff release Projects focus on region, theme, or specific need

16 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 16 of 25 Train to Share: Partnerships Partners: –University of Texas at Brownsville/ Texas Southmost College –Casamata Museum and Archives, Matamoros, Mexico –Palo Duro Historic Battlefield Project: –The Mexican-American War in Brownsville, Texas and Matamoros, Tamaulipas

17 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 17 of 25 Train to Share: Partnerships Partners: –Taylor Public Library –TxDOT Travel Information Division Photo Library –Williamson Museum Project: –Travel and Tourism in Williamson County

18 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 18 of 25 Train to Share: Partnerships Partners: –Panhandle Plains Museum –Amarillo Public Library –Cornette Library, West Texas A&M Project: –History and Heritage in the Texas Panhandle Region

19 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 19 of 25 Train to Share: Partnerships Partners: –University of Texas at El Paso –El Paso Public Library –El Paso Historical Society Project: –Commemorating the centennial of the Mexican Revolution, 1910-1920

20 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 20 of 25 Train to Share: Partnerships Partners: –Fondren Library Special Collections, Rice University –Museum of Houston –Houston Yacht Club Project: –Houston Waterways and the Port of Houston

21 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 21 of 25 Train to Share: Sharing Each project will provide metadata for 1,000 digital objects Variety of Digital Asset Management Systems –Interoperability requirement: OAI-PMH and/or Z39.50 or SRU Internet search engines (Google, Yahoo!) –Hosting at the Portal to Texas History as option Objects will be accessible through Texas Heritage Online

22 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 22 of 25 Train to Share: Sharing

23 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 23 of 25 Contact Us Texas Heritage Online http://www.texasheritageonline.org Danielle Cunniff Plumer THDI Coordinator Texas State Library & Archives dplumer@tsl.state.tx.us Karen L. Frizzell THDI Training & Outreach Coordinator Texas State Library & Archives kfrizzell@tsl.state.tx.us

24 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 24 of 25 Image Credits 1.[Steam locomotive]. Texas State Railroad press kit, 1978-79. Texas Parks & Wildlife Records, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission. 2.Sam Houston's Inaugural Address. Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin. 3.The Texas Knights of Columbus Historical Commission at St. Edward's University, Austin, Texas, 1926. Catholic Archives of Texas, Austin. 4.Oil near Ranger going over the top, circa 1917. W.D. Hornaday Collection, Prints and Photographs Collection, Texas State Library and Archives Commission. 5.North entrance, detail. #303, Blanco County Courthouse, Blanco, Texas, [1885?]. Works of F.E. Ruffini, 1961/001-65. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission. 6.Mission Control Celebrates. Johnson Space Center Image #S70-35144. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. 7.[Oliver typewriter that has octagonal white keys.] 1912. From the collections of the Fort Bend County Museum, Richmond, Texas. Available on the Portal to Texas History, University of North Texas. 8.Independence of Texas, 1837. Americas Original Documents, MS Number:518 (Box 3, Folder 14, Item 52.02). Our Americas Archive Partnership, Rice University. 9.Hymenoptera texana (1872). Biodiversity Heritage Library. Available at the Internet Archive's Text Archive. 10.Texas [1855]. Publisher: Colton (J.H.) and Company, New York, [1855]. Texas State Archives Map Number 0039. Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

25 Texas Conference on Digital Libraries 2009, Austin, TXSlide 25 of 25 Image Credits 11.Texas Rangers; taken at Railroad Station in Ft. Worth, Texas during a railroad strike in April, 1886. ETRC Photograph Collection. Texas Tides, Stephen F. Austin State University. 12.Scenes from the Battle of Palo Alto that took place on 8th May 1846. University of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College Arnulfo L. Oliveira Memorial Library. 13.Southwestern Reunion Auto Rally. Georgetown Heritage Society Historic Photographs Collection, Georgetown Public Library. 14.Bartlett -Western train. Bartlett Activities Center and the Williamson County Historical Commission. 15.Aerial View of Amarillo, Texas. PA-533. Amarillo Public Library. 16.[Figure of cowboy with lasso]. Panhandle Plains Historical Museum. 17.T-Club Sweater. West Texas A&M University Archives. 18.Ciudad Juárez, Soldier, c1900. Mexican Revolution Photograph Collection, PH015-1-1-013. The C. L. Sonnichsen Special Collections Department - University of Texas at El Paso Library. 19.Mexican Revolution - Rebels lying in wait. Aultman Collection, A0834. El Paso Public Library. 20.First home of the Houston Yacht Club - Allen's Landing at the foot of Main Street, circa 1900. Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library. 21.Front cover, [is part of] Port of Houston. From the George Fuermann Texas and Houston Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. 22.Mrs. Angelina Eberly firing off a cannon, Prints and Photographs Collection, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.


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