Project

Digital Humanities

Library of the Carlos III University of Madrid

Creation of a module to allow subfields inside standard Dublin Core metadata fields. The project also involves support and configuration of an Omeka S instance located in the Libnamic Hosting servicehuma

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Project highlights

The module developed for the customer allows to add subfields to regular metadata fields depending on the item resource template. This improves granularity and semantics in metadata.

Client: Library of the University Carlos III of madrid

Release: Still in progress

Project type: Research production

Services involved

Solution consulting

Module development

Hosting

Settings and support

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