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Shoehorning complex metadata in the Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages

By Catherine Bow, Michael Christie and Brian Devlin

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The Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages is making endangered literature in Australian Indigenous languages publicly available online (Bow et al. 2014). Like any other project attempting to package a vastly complex body of work into an accessible repository, this project has grappled with a number of complex issues. Wrangling a variety of text types, languages, locations, digitisation processes, metadata and other issues into an accessible online repository requires a great deal of shoehorning

Topics: archiving, digitisation, PARADISEC, anthropology, cultural studies, digital preservation
Publisher: Sydney University Press
Year: 2015
OAI identifier: oai:ses.library.usyd.edu.au:2123/16671
Provided by: Sydney eScholarship

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