The following article appears in the March 2015 issue of Library Philosophy and Practice a peer-reviewed publication from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln Libraries.
San Jose State University
Library Philosophy and Practice
The paper examines the advantages and disadvantages of using Dublin Core to create records describing three-dimensional objects especially quilts – containing 20 original Dublin Core records created from a personal collection of quilts made by Julie Feldhaus, Howard, South Dakota. It also questions if there is any benefit when creating records for such objects.
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