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Integrating Dublin Core/RDF records with MARC21 via the OCLC connexion service at the centre for digital library research

Dunsire, G. (2003) Integrating Dublin Core/RDF records with MARC21 via the OCLC connexion service at the centre for digital library research. Zeitschrift fur Bibliothekswesen und Bibliographie, 50 (4). pp. 188-192. ISSN 0044-2380

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Abstract

This paper discusses the use of OCLC's Connexion service (formerly CORC) by the Centre for Digital Library Research at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland. The Centre has completed, and is currently engaged in, a number of research projects involving the application of Dublin Core and MARC21 in creating metadata for digital resources; these include projects on the Glasgow Digital Library, East Dunbartonshire local history, and a pilot Scottish Cultural Portal. The Connexion service provides a MARC21-DC converter, and the Centre has been investigating its incorporation in workflows for creating and maintaining digital libraries. This has included the use of databases to store metadata, with subsequent output to Dublin Core and conversion to MARC21.