[open-bibliography] Sample subject specific journal article metadata available for comment

Deliot, Corine Corine.Deliot at bl.uk
Thu Dec 15 11:17:23 GMT 2011


Dear all,

 

The British Library is currently examining options for making subject
specific journal article metadata (e.g. Biotechnology) available for
projects in a basic RDF/XML representation (i.e. not linked data). The
metadata would be distributed under a Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal
Public Domain Dedication licence. A sample file covering the topic of
Palaeontology is now available for feedback at:
http://www.bl.uk/bibliographic/datasamples.html

 

Please contact us at metadata at bl.uk for further information

 

All the best

 

Corine

 

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Corine Deliot

Metadata Standards Analyst

The British Library

Boston Spa, West Yorkshire

Leeds LS23 7BQ

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