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Publishing Requirements for Industry Standard Metadata

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Renée Register Interview - Metadata and the Publishing Industry

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What the Hell is Metadata?

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BIC Breakfast, June 2017 - Metadata for Journals Discovery: What Publishers Need to Know

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What is ONIX in publishing?

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What is Metadata 2020?

The Publishing Requirements for Industry Standard Metadata (PRISM) specification defines a set of XML metadata vocabularies for syndicating, aggregating, post-processing and multi-purposing content. PRISM provides a framework for the interchange and preservation of content and metadata, a collection of elements to describe that content, and a set of controlled vocabularies listing the values for those elements. PRISM can be XML, RDF/XML, or XMP and incorporates Dublin Core elements. PRISM can be thought of as a set of XML tags used to contain the metadata of articles and even tag article content.
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