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With recent changes in technology, hugely interoperable digital libraries can now offer heterogeneous content such as text, image, sound and video. This content now requires additional descriptions such as metadata indexing, generic and specific tagging, for use in information science and across multiple profiles. This book explores the tracks of interoperability oriented uses where the issue of consultation, interfaces and description of methods of content are addressed to allow technical interoperability of content.
- Discusses Metadata as a resource for linking
- Provides a practical approach
- A valuable resource for anyone involved in digital library developments and digital collections and services