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Título: The use of application profiles and metadata schemas by digital repositories: findings from a survey
Autor(es): Andrade, Morgana Carneiro de
Baptista, Ana Alice
Palavras-chave: Dublin Core
Application Profile
Survey
Scientific Digital Repositories
Metadata schema
Data do documento: 2015
Editor: Dublin Core Metadata Initiative
Citação: ANDRADE, M.; BAPTISTA, Ana Alice. The use of application profiles and metadata schema by digital repositories: results from a survey. In: MALTA, M. C.; VIDOTTI, S. A. G. (Eds.). International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications, 2015, p. 146–157. São Paulo, Brazil: Dublin Core Metadata Initiative. Disponível em: <http://dcevents.dublincore.org/IntConf/dc-2015/paper/view/362/373>. Acesso em: 27 jul. 2016.
Resumo: Shows the results of a survey by questionnaire sent to the managers of 2, 165 digital repositories registered at OpenDOAR. Its purpose was to identify the existence and the use of application profiles and related metadata schemas. Of this total, 431 questionnaires were filled. The survey enabled the identification of metadata application profiles, as well as schemas and metadata elements/properties used within these repositories. According to the results, the number of repositories that use or provide metadata application profiles is 13, which we consider as very low. The Dublin Core remains as the most commonly used metadata schema, followed by MARC 21, METS and MODS. The dataset that resulted from the survey is openly available at RepositóriUM, the institutional repository of the University of Minho
URI: http://repositorio.ufes.br/handle/10/2022
ISSN: 1939-­1366
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