Put information management skills to work for Digital Asset Management
Thursday, 10th May 2012
The Exploratorium is an interactive, hands-on museum of science, art and human perception, located in San Francisco, California. It has assets in all sorts of formats and in every condition, from hi-8 tapes to 35mm slides and everything in between. In 2003, the museum applied for and received an Institute of Museum and Library Services grant to begin creating a metadata schema, building a taxonomy and indexing Exploratorium digital assets, and it relied on digital librarians to get the job done.
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