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    • LC Bib Futures--Is It Our Future, Too? 

      Hillmann, Diane I. (Trozzolo Creative Resources, Inc., 2008-03)
      One of this fall's most interesting happenings was the release of the draft report of the Library of Congress Working Group on the Future of Bibliographic Control (since replaced by the final report). The WG had been ...
    • Maps and gaps: Strategies for vocabulary design and development 

      Hillmann, Diane I.; Phipps, Jon; Dunsire, Gordon (Dublin Core Metadata Initiative, 2013)
      In this paper we discuss changes in the vocabulary development landscape, their origins, and future implications, via analysis of several existing standards. We examine the role of semantics and mapping in future development, ...
    • March of the Librarians 

      Hillmann, Diane I. (Trozzolo Creative Enterprises, Inc., 2007-05)
    • The Metadata Layer: Rich Chocolate Value in a Vanilla World 

      Hillmann, Diane I. (Trozzolo Creative Enterprises, Inc., 2007-03)
    • Metadata Quality: From Evaluation to Augmentation 

      Hillmann, Diane I. (2007-07-09)
      The conversation about metadata quality has developed slowly in libraries, hindered by unexamined assumptions about metadata carrying over from experience in the MARC environment. In the wider world, discussions about ...
    • A Metadata Registry from Vocabularies Up: the NSDL Registry Project 

      Hillmann, Diane I.; Sutton, Stuart A.; Phipps, Jon; Laundry, Ryan (DC-2006 Conference, 2006)
      The NSDL Metadata Registry is designed to provide humans and machines with the means to discover, create, access and manage metadata schemes, schemas, application profiles, crosswalks and concept mappings. This paper ...
    • Metadata Standards and Appications: NASIG 2007 

      Hillmann, Diane I.; Marker, Rhonda; Brady, Chris (Taylor & Francis, 2007)
      This two-day training course, sponsored by ALCTS and CDS and designed by Diane Hillmann, is currently one of the best courses on metadata available. It gives an overview of how metadata is developing within the context ...
    • Metadata Wants to Be Free (and Muddy) 

      Hillmann, Diane I. (2008-01)
      With the recent merger of OCLC and RLG, the near monopoly of OCLC over library metadata distribution is complete. This is, to some extent, a good news/bad news situation. The good news is that OCLC is as aware as any ...
    • Networked Resources and Metadata Interest Group: An RDA Update 

      Hillmann, Diane I. (2007-07-09)
      The presentation is an update and explanation of the RDA/DCMI ageement made in London on May 1, 2007, including the implications for librarians creating metadata.
    • The NSDL Registry 

      Hillmann, Diane I.; Phipps, Jon (2006-06-16)
    • The NSDL Registry: An Update 

      Hillmann, Diane I.; Phipps, Jon (2007-08-30)
      Presenting an update of the work during 2006/07 on the NSDL Registry, including new history functionality and multilingual capabilities.
    • Present at the Creation 

      Hillmann, Diane I. (Trozzolo Creative Resources, Inc., 2008-05)
      Libraries tend to focus on local needs rather than aiming their metadata creation at a larger world. In discussing the conclusions of the RLG Programs Descriptive Metadata Practices Survey, the author elaborates on where ...
    • RDA for Who? 

      Hillmann, Diane I. (Trozzolo Creative Enterprises, Inc., 2006-05)
      Article concerning the flawed development process for Resource Description and Access (RDA).
    • RDA: The Skeptic's View 

      Hillmann, Diane I. (2006-05-16)
    • Ringing Changes 

      Hillmann, Diane I. (Trozzolo Creative Enterprises, Inc., 2006-09)
    • Structures and Standards for Our Bibliographic Future 

      Hillmann, Diane I. (2007-05-11)
    • Versioning Vocabularies in a Linked Data World 

      Hillmann, Diane I.; Dunsire, Gordon; Phipps, Jon (IFLA, 2014)
      Policies regarding change management in open or public vocabularies used in the context of Linked Open Data have lagged behind those driving other web-based communities of practice. A fresh emphasis on vocabulary management ...