Now Available: “Audiovisual Metadata Platform (AMP) Planning Project: Progress Report and Next Steps”
UPDATED POST April 13 Presentation: AMP: An Audiovisual Metadata Platform to Support Mass Description
Presentation at CNI Spring 2018 Membership Meeting
Jon Dunn (Indiana University) and Chris Lacinak, AVP
The following report was recently made available on IU (Indiana University) ScholarWorks.
Audiovisual Metadata Platform (AMP) Planning Project: Progress Report and Next Steps
- Jon W. Dunn and Juliet L. Hardesty, Indiana University Libraries
- Tanya Clement, School of Information, University of Texas at Austin
- Chris Lacinak and Amy Rudersdorf, AVP
via IU ScholarWorks
This report documents the outcomes of a workshop funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and hosted by Indiana University as part of a planning project for design and development of an audiovisual metadata platform (AMP). The platform will perform mass description of audiovisual content utilizing automated mechanisms linked together with human labor in a recursive and reflexive workflow to generate and manage metadata at scale for libraries and archives. The partners leading this planning project were the Indiana University (IU) Libraries, University of Texas at Austin (UT) School of Information, and AVP.
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38 pages; PDF.
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