Next Meeting: 3D Metadata

Join us at the next Metadata Discussion Group meeting for a discussion of 3D metadata! This will not be covering metadata in the actual third dimension but rather metadata needed to describe, discover, and access 3D digitized objects online. Indiana University is involved in several projects working with digital objects in 3D, including IUPUI’s digital library work in 3D digitizing (3D Scanning for Small Budgets: How Local Libraries and Museums Will Play a Role in Creating a 3D Digital Library), the Virtual World Heritage Library, and the Center for Biological Research Collections. Join us as we explore what questions to ask, what metadata we need, and how best to provide that metadata for 3D discovery and access.

DATE: Tuesday, November 29
TIME: 9-10am
PLACE: Wells Library Room 043
TOPIC: 3D Metadata
MODERATOR: Julie Hardesty

Author- Julie Hardesty

Julie Hardesty is the Metadata Analyst for the Indiana University Libraries. Her work focuses on the use of metadata standards and best practices to enhance access to and discoverability of academic online resources. She holds a Masters degree in Information Science and a Master of Arts degree in Art History, both from Indiana University.