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Joanne Evans and Mirna Willer
Agenda
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Introductions
Mirna’s story
– Entity-Relationship Modeling Method:
“Bibliographic Universe”
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Joanne’s story
– Recordkeeping Metadata Models
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Metadata Modeling Exercise
Introductions
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Where are you from?
Where are you at?
What kind of metadata are you
interested in?
– What fascinates, frustrates or frightens
you about it?
Workshop Summary
Bibliographic Resource
Discovery and
Management
Why metadata matters?
Why metadata modelling
matters?
What key things (entities)?
What key relationships or
associations amongst
entities?
Key models
Key modelling techniques
Recordkeeping
Joanne’s Story - Beginnings
Entity-Relationship (ER) Model
Entity
Relation
-ship
Attributes
Archival Systems Development
Archival Systems Development
Records Continuum Model
Evidential
Pluralise
Organise
Capture
Identity
Create
Recordkeeping Containers
Transactional
© Frank Upward
SPIRT Conceptual Models
Mandate
Establish
competencies of
Govern
Account for
execution of
Business
Do
Integrated
Recordkeeping
Business
Do
People
Create & manage
Are used by
Is documented
in
Record,
Manage,
Enable Use
Records
Figure 4: Coverage of Recordkeeping Metadata
MANDATES
Govern
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Business Transaction
Business Activity
Business Function
Govern
Ambient Function
BUSINESS
tion
Recordkeeping Business
Transaction
Recordkeeping Business Activity
Rela
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n
tio
ion
lat
la
Re
Relatio
Account For
Re
Establish
Competencies
Recordkeeping Business Function
Recordkeeping Ambient Function
R
lat
ion
RECORDKEEPING
BUSINESS
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n
Re
io
at
R
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tio
ela
Person/Actor
Record Object
Organisational Unit/Work Group
lat
ion
Record Aggregation
Organisation/Corporate Body
Corporate Archive/ RK System
Social Institution
AGENTS/PEOPLE
Re
Collective Archives
Relation
RECORDS
AS/NZS ISO 23081.2:2007 : Information and documentation - Records management
processes - Metadata for records - Conceptual and implementation issues
AS/NZS ISO 23081.2:2007 : Information and documentation - Records management
processes - Metadata for records - Conceptual and implementation issues
Description
Relation
Event
History
Identity
Event
Plan
Use
Figure 6 – Generic Metadata Model for Managing Records
Identity
Description
Use
Relation
AS/NZS ISO 23081.2:2007 : Information and documentation - Records management
processes - Metadata for records - Conceptual and implementation issues
Event
Plan
Current
State
Event
History
PAST
FUTURE
Figure 7 – Dynamic Records Metadata
ISO 23081
VERS
Metadata
Schema
SA RKMS
NSW
RKMS
AGRKMS
ISO 23081
RKM Standard
Schemas
Application Profiles
Metadata Modeling Exercise
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Three groups working with either
EAD or ISAD(G)
1.
2.
3.
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ER Modelling
SPIRT Conceptual Models
Free Form
Report back on
a)
b)
Your models
Your modelling
Workshop Summary
Bibliographic Resource
Discovery and
Management
Why metadata matters?
Why metadata modelling
matters?
What key things (entities)?
What key relationships or
associations amongst
entities?
Key models
Key modelling techniques
Recordkeeping
Future Agendas
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Research
– the models
– the metadata
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Teaching
– the models
– the metadata
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Issues
– iSchools convergence and specialisation

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